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NEWAItK STATE COLLEGE 



CONTENTS 



DEDICATION 4 

THEME 6 

SENIORS 9 

CLASS HISTORY 76 

FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION.. 81 

UNDERCLASSMEN 103 

Class of 1964 104 

Class of 1965 112 

Class of 1966 122 

ACTIVITIES 135 

SPORTS 195 

STAFF 216 

DIRECTORY 223 







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It is generally conceded that not all of the 
knowledge acquired during a college career is 
derived from books. Much of what we learn is 
taught by example, and it is often from this kind 
of teaching that we learn most. The ideal of de- 
votion must be taught in this manner. 

Devotion to a profession is always admirable; 
if that profession be teaching, however, it is a 
necessity as well. The class of 1963 therefore 
dedicates its yearbook to two faculty members 
who have exemplified the ideal of devotion to 
their profession. 

With pride and honor the 1963 Memorabilia 
is dedicated to Miss Betsy Davison and Dr. Jean 
Richardson. 



Miss Davison was as new to Newark State as we were in the 
fall of 1959. She soon became well known to all of us, not only in 
her official capacity as Coordinator of Student Activities, but also 
as an interested and reliable friend of the student body. 

The long hours Miss Davison spends each day on campus are 
but one indication of the devotion she manifests for her profes- 
sion. When coupled witii the genuine interest she possesses for 
all she does, this is truly an admirable trait, and one worthy of 
imitation. 

Admirable, too, is the efficient manner in which she has at- 
tended to the coordination of myriad student activities, and still 
found time to participate so enthusiastically in many of them. 
She is a person we have come to depend upon, because this de- 
pendence is fostered by a confidence in her ability to help and 
the surety that she will do so. 

Truly, Miss Davison has exemplified a genuine devotion to her 
profession and to the interests of Newark State College students. 



Dr. Jean Richardson has displayed in her teaching a profes- 
sional devotion worthy of emulation. Students find her classes 
not only interesting and stimulating, but also practical and ap- 
plicable. 

Much of the value of her teaching, however, is not merely in 
content, but in the methods and manner in which she presents it. 
She is not only a gifted teacher, but one who "practices what she 
preaches," and for this she is held in the greatest of esteem. 

Moreover, Dr. Richardson is interested in her students beyond 
a professional capacity. As advisor to the Traditions and Pro- 
cedures Committee, she is concerned with the establishment of 
a heritage of tradition at Newark State. As a friend, she is always 
willing to offer help and advice to any student who desires it. In 
this way she has devoted countless hours of her time to both pro- 
fessional and non-professional counseling. 

Dr. Jean Richardson typifies the type of 
teacher we would like to become. Her devotion 
to her students and to the creed of teaching she 
professes is one we shall endeavor to achieve. 

As we look back on our college years, certain 
of our experiences appear more significant than 
others. Time will be the true judge of their 
value, but for the present we know that, among 
the memories of college which we shall cherish 
are those of two faculty members who have in- 
spired us with their devotion to their profession. 
Thus, with much gratitude and appreciation, the 
Class of 1963 dedicates its yearbook to Miss 
Betsy Davison and Dr. Jean Richardson. 



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Memorabilia 

the things worthy to be remembered 



Our yearbook is predicated upon the conscious 
pursuit of those things which have occurred dur- 
ing our college career that are truly worthy of 
being remembered. It is to be a reflection of the 
various aspects of college — the people, events, 
and experiences which have characterized our 
years at Newark State. 




Eugene G. Wilkins 



To The Class of 1963: 

Year after year as each class goes forth as graduates from 
the College, our hopes and aspirations go with you; first of 
all. for success in our profession of teaching, next, for success 
in life. It is this latter phase of success I should like to em- 
phasize this year. 

Man has always thought his current dilemma, in whatever 
age he lived, to be climactic. We, too, feel that in this year 
our own lives and the world at large is indeed in a climactic 
stage. Rather than stand back and watch it explode, or stand 
on top of it and have it explode under us, we are each in a 
position to do something about it. The learning you have 
been acquiring for the past four years, information of the 
world in which you live and the people who live with you 
in that world, must not stop at this point, but must be ac- 
celerated and continued so that you each may make your 
rendezvous with destiny in seeing that you are informed and 
articulate about the need of world controls of the forces of 
nations, that you do something about it in its early stage of 
your lifetime, lest there be no lifetime for any of us. The 
training for leadership has been your privilege; the role of 
leadership is your obligation. 

Sincerely vours, 
EUGENE G. WILKINS 
President 



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WINIFRED H. AMSDEN 



The privilege of working with an interested advisor, who was 
a friend as well, was granted to the Class of 1963 in the person 
of Mrs. Winifred Amsden. Mrs. Amsden was an interested par- 
ticipant at our class meetings and attended the functions we 
held. Her lively, animated spirit endeared her to us all, and 
her eagerness to help won our respect and admiration. 

We shall always appreciate the interest Mrs. Amsden has 
exhibited in our class, and for this we deeply and sincerely 
thank her. 



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TO THE CLASS OF 1963: 

I am sure I speak for all ol us when I say that noth- 
ing ean ever replace the warm and wonderful ac- 
quaintances we have enjoyed during our short stay at 
Newark State College. 

Only a fool, however, would attempt to summarize 
these four years of bliss in a few sentences. Rather, 
use our yearbook to remind you of our college days: 
the friends we have made and the enjoyable and 
fruitful experiences we have encountered. 

Sincerely, 

JIM 



JAMES G. HYNES 
President 




ROBERT JOHN FOLEY 

Vice-President 




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Corresponding Secretory 



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Treasurer 




LEROY R. ABRAM 

Industrial Arts 




KAREN ALTSCHULER 

General Elementary 




JESSICA FARBER 
ABRAMSON 

General Elementary 
Handicapped - Speech 




FRANK ALVES 
Industrial Arts 



GLORIA DIANE AMATRUDI 

General Elementary 




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MVRY JANE ANES 
General Elementary 




ELIZABETH FRIEDMAN 
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Early Childhood 





FRANK JOSEPH 
ANTONIEWICZ 

Industrial Arts 




MARIE SUSAN ASCIONE 
Early Childhood 



DIANE MARIE ASHFIELD 
General Elementary 



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ROBERT JAMES 
ASHWORTH 

Secondary Science 




BETTE BERGMANN BASS 

General Elementary 





ANN BAIERA 
Secondary English 




ELEANORE MARY BEDNAR 

General Elementary 



PHYLLIS LOIS BERGER 
General Elementary 



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ROCHELLE PACHMAN 
BERGMAN 

General Elementary 




RITA JOYCE BLECKNER 

General Elementary 
Handicapped— Mentally Retarded 



SHIRLEY LANDOW 
BORNSTEIN 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




SUSAN JOY BERM \\ 
General Elementary 




ELAINE HELEN BOLLER 

General Elementary 




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JON JAY BOWERS 

Secondary Mathematics 





CATHERINE BRADLEY 

Secondary English 




DORIS BRENNAN 
General Elementary 



MIRIAM CARPENTER 
BRANHAM 

General Elementary 



CONSTANCE JOY BREWER 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




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JUDITH GOODWIN BROWN 

General Elementary 




LOIS BURKHARDT 
Secondary English 





ELVERA CAROL BUEHLER 
Fine Arts 




JOAN BURRELL 

Secondary Social Science 



JOANN TODD BUSH 

Early Childhood 



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VIRGINIA ANN BUTLER 
Early Childhood 




PAUL THOMAS CAPEZZA 

Secondary Social Science 




ANGELO CALLEGHER 

Secondary English 




BERNARDINE 
LANGENBACH CARLE 

General Elementary 




CAROL ANN CARLUCCI 
General Elementary 





MARY KAY CASEY 

Fine Arts 




ROBERT F. CASTELLANO 

General Elementary 

Handicapped — Mentally 

Retarded 





MARY JANE CARROLL 

General Elementary 

Handicapped — Mentally 

Retarded 




CONCETTA EILEEN 
CATANZARO 

Secondary English 



ALICE LOUISE 
CAVANAUGH 

General Elementary 



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General Elementary 




JOHANNA CANGIALOSI 
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Industrial Arts 



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General Elementary 




ROBERT CORBY 

Industrial Arts 




ROBERTA COOK 

General Elementary 

Handicapped — Mentally 

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DOMINICK S. CRISTO 
Industrial Arts 




ELAINE WINIFRED 
COUKOS 

General Elementary 




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DORIS BLANKENSHIP 
CURRERI 

General Elementary 




BARBARA GALE DAVIS 
Early Childhood 




CAROL ILA DAVENPORT 
Secondary Mathematics 




JEANETTE MARIA 
DeBUSKE 

Secondary Social Science 



LOIS ANN DeCHIARO 
General Elementary 




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ARLENE DELMAN 

General Elementary 




ANGELA JUDITH 
DeMARTINO 

Secondary English 





GENEVIEVE DEL SORDI 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




LILLIAN ANGELA 
DeMARTINO 

General Elementary 



CAROLINE DENNY 

Fine Arts 



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LEONARD DeRASMO 
Secondary English 





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PATRICIA DiGIROLAMO 

Early Childhood 





LORETTA DeSTEFANO 
Early Childhood 




GEORGE MICHAEL 
DIMONT 

Industrial Arts 



JUDITH ANNE DIVINEY 
General Elementary 



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MICHAEL G. 
DONNARUMMA 

General Elementary 




MARY ELIZABETH DRURY 

General Elementary 

Handicapped — Mentally 

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ELLEN P. EHRENBERG 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




DARLENE KATHLEEN 
DONOHUE 

Secondary English 




JILL PHYLLIS EDISON 

General Elementary 




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ADELE MIRIAN 
EISENBERG 

General Elementary 




ELIZABETH ANN EORY 
General Elementary 





BARBARA EISENSTODT 

Early Childhood 




GERALDINE ELAINE 
FABISAK 

Early Childhood 



DON J. FANCERA 

Industrial Arts 



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SHIRLEY HERER 
FELDMAN 

General Elementary 




YVONNE MARTHA 
FERGUSON 

General Elementary 




PATRICIA KEARNEY 
FENNIMORE 

Early Childhood 




SAUNDRA ANN FERRARA 
Secondary Mathematics 



NELLIE FIRETTO 

General Elementary 




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General Elementary 




DIANE FLANAGAN 

Early Childhood 











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Secondary Mathematics 



ROBERT JOHN FOLEY 
Industrial Arts 




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RONALD W. FRIEDMAN 

Secondary Mathematics 




CONCETTA M. GABRIEL 

Secondary English 





ELAINE RAND FROMKIN 

Early Childhood 




LYNN MARCIA GAINES 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 



SUSAN GALANSKY 
General Elementary 



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MARJORIE GANEK 

General Elementary 




JUDITH ADELE GAST 
Early Childhood 





ELLEN ELIZABETH 
GANTLY 

General Elementary 




RIVA ROCK GELDZAHLER 

General Elementary 



SHEILA LORRAINE 
GERBER 

Secondary Mathematics 



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JUDITH ELLEN 
GERHARDT 

Early Childhood 




WEDA WYNN GILMORE 
Early Childhood 




BARBARA ANN GIBSON 

General Elementary 

Handicapped — Mentally 

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MARY THERESE GILSENAN 

General Elementary 



KAREN BARISH GLASSMAN 

General Elementary 




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Early Childhood 




EDWARD GOLDSTEIN 

Secondary Science 




RITA SHARON 
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General Elementary 



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General Elementary 



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Secondary Social Science 




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Secondary Social Science 




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General Elementary 




ELIZABETH ANN GRODZKI 
Secondary English 



CHARLES ALAN GROVE 

Secondary Mathematics 



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NORMA EDYTHE HAIGHT 

General Elementary 




MADELINE P. HAYES 

General Elementary 




CAROL ANN HERBERT 
Secondary English 



JOAN HANDLER 

General Elementary 




LINDA MURIEL HAYNES 

Secondary Social Science 




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HARRIET FERN 
HIRSCHFELD 

General Elementary 




DOLORES ANN HLAVKA 
General Elementary 





DOROTHY NADINE 
HIXSON 

General Elementary 







WALDRON WINROW 
HOLCK 

General Elementary 



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MERYL SIMON HOLSBERG 
General Elementary 







GEORGE BRECK HOOKER 
Secondary English 





ANDREW D. HORUN, JR. 

Secondary Mathematics 





BEVERLY EDYTHE HORN 
Early Childhood 




CATHERINE AGNES 
HRDLICKA 

Early Childhood 



ELAINE ELIZABETH 
HREBIN 

Early Childhood 



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BERNADINE JO-ANN 
HREHOWESIK 

Early Childhood 




JAMES G. HYNES 
Industrial Arts 




JEFFREY DOUGLAS 
HUPPERT 

Secondary Science 




ANNE IANNELLI 
General Elementary 



CAROLYN JETTER 
Secondary Mathematics 




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CYNTHIA DIANA JUDSON 

Early Childhood 




MARY LOUISE KALB 

General Elementary 





NORA BERLAND KALISH 

Secondary Mathematics 




CHRISTINE ANNE 
JULIANO 

Early Childhood 



RUTH ANN KARETNICK 
Early Childhood 




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LYNN BISHOP KEATING 

Early Childhood 




CAROL LIPSCHULTZ 
KIMMEL 

General Elementary 





ALLAN BENNETT 
KIERMAN 

Industrial Arts 




DORI WALDMAN KNAVER 

General Elementary 

Handieapped — Mentally 

Retarded 



GERALDINE MICHAELS 
KNECHT 

General Elementary 



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Secondary Social Science 




SPENCER R. KOPECKY 
Industrial Arts 





NANCY ELIZABETH KOHL 

General Elementary 




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General Elementary 



CECILE E. KRESCH 

General Elementary 

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MARILYN MARIE KRESS 
Early Childhood 




THADDEUS WALTER 
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Secondary Mathematics 




DAHLIA KROUK 
Fine Arts 





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Secondary Mathematics 



RONNIE KUPERMAN 

General Elementary 




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General Elementary 




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Fine Arts 




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General Elementary 



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General Elementary 




EDYTHE MIRIAM LESSIN 

General Elementary 

Handicapped — Mentally 

Retarded 




LINDA RUTH LEPP 

Secondary Social Science 




BARBARA H. LEVINE 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 



SUZANNE MEISLER LEVY 
Secondary English 




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DOUGLAS FREDERICK 
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Industrial Arts 




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MARY ANN LOMBARDO 
General Elementary 




ANTHONY LORDI 
Fine Arts 



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MARYANN LILORE 

General Elementary 




JOAN ANN LONGARZO 
General Elementary 




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BRENDA ILENE LUBETKIN 

Genera] Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




ROSE MARIE LUCCO 

General Elementary 





CAROLE ANN LUBETKIN 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




SARAH RACIMORA 
LUDWIG 

General Elementary 



ARTHUR WALTER 
LUNDGREN 

General Elementary 



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JOHN JOSEPH LUPO 
Industrial Arts 





DIANE LEE MacALPINE 
General Elementary 



ROSEMARY MAGLIO 
General Elementary 






MARION LOUISE 
MAKSIMIK 

General Elementary 



LETTY JEANNE MANDAS 

Fine Arts 



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CARL J. MARINELLI 

Secondary Mathematics 




INGRID MARON 
Fine Arts 




ANN B. MARKS 
General Elementary 




EUNICE MARSHALL 

Early Childhood 



EDWARD C. MARTIN 

Secondary Social Science 




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MILCA MAYORAZ 

Secondary English 




GLENNA SMITH McCLURE 
General Elementary 




ROBERT McINTYRE 
Industrial Arts 



JEAN McBLAIN 

General Elementary 




JOANMARY McCONNELL 

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General Elementary 



KENNETH WILLIAM 
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Secondary Social Science 



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General Elementary 

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LINDA IRENE MEKLUNE 
Fine Arts 







LESLIE ANN MESENAZOS 
General Elementary 



RICHARD K. 
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Secondary Science 




BARBARA METZGER 

General Elementary 
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Secondary Mathematics 




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General Elementary 
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General Elementary 

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Early Childhood 



VINCENT JOHN MIRANDI 

Secondary Social Science 



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General Elementary 





RICHARD J. MORRIS 

Industrial Arts 




CARMELA MONTESANO 
General Elementary 




FRANCES ERICKA 
MUELLER 

General Elementary 



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General Elementary 



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General Elementary 





PATRICIA NEUHAUS 
General Elementary 



CAROLE MAE NUTTER 

Secondary English 




GAIL MARY MULLIGAN 
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General Elementary 



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Secondary Mathematics 





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General Elementary 
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LUCILLE PACE 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




MARIE ELENA OLIVEIRA 

Early Childhood 




MARIE LOUISE 
PALMIERI 

General Elementary 



JOANNA ELIZABETH 
PARELLI 

Secondary English 




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ELAYNE F. PASKOW 

General Elementary 




MONA SCHER PETERMAN 
Early Childhood 





JUDITH S. PASNIK 

General Elementary 




ROBERT M. PETRACCO 
Industrial Arts 



THOMAS CHARLES 
PETREN 

Secondary Mathematics 




MARY ANN PETTIT 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 





KATHRYN PIZZOLATO 

General Elementary 




ARLENE JOAN PIZZA 
General Elementary 




CAROL L. PLASKON 

General Elementary 



MARIE ANN POLNY 

General Elementary 

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FREDERIC PUORRO 
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CWENDOLYN REILLY 

General Elementary 



ANNA J. POWERS 

General Elementary 

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Retarded 







ELISA ANN RAVO 
General Elementary 




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TERENCE J. REILLY 

Industrial Arts 




JACQUELINE MARIE 
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General Elementary 





RICHARD P. RESKOW 
Industrial Arts 




GLORIA RICHARDSON 

Secondary Social Science 



CAROLE RIEMAN 

Secondary Social Science 



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BARBARA ANNE RISACK 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




PHYLLIS HANDELL 
ROSENFELD 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




SARA SCOTT ROBERTS 
Fine Arts 




CLARA ANNE ROTH 
Secondary English 



JEAN LEWIS ROTH 

Secondary English 




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General Elementary 




SHIRLEY THERESA 
SACHER 

Secondary English 



LEONA SALTZMAN 

Early Childhood 




ALBERT RUFFINI 

Secondary Science 




MARIE ELAINE SAINZ 
General Elementary 




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SAMARTIN 

Secondary Mathematics 




DIANA NOVAK SARAMA 

General Elementary 





BARBARA LOWE 
SANTANELLO 

Early Childhood 




RAYMOND DOUGLAS 
SCHAFFER 

General Elementary 



JACQUES SCHMIED 
General Elementary 



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HOWARD M. SCHULTE 
Secondary Mathematics 




ANNA MARIE SCUOTTO 
Secondary Mathematics 





JOAN SCHWARTZ 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




JEAN STEWART SEAMAN 
General Elementary 



MARIE ANTOINETTE 
SELLITTO 

Secondary English 



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ELINOR SHEVIN 

Secondary Mathematics 




GAIL ANNE SMITH 
Fine Arts 





PRISCILLA SILVEIRA 

Early Childhood 




TATIANA SMOIIORJEVSKYJ 
Secondary Mathematics 



RONALD SPINE LL A 

Secondary Social Science 




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JUDITH ELAINE STAMER 
General Elementary 




JOHN LAWRENCE STASI 

Secondary Mathematics 




HARRIET MARIANN 
STANLEY 

General Elementary 




PAULA RUTH STEINBERG 
General Elementary 



SHEILA MIRIAM STESS 
General Elementary 




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JANE MARGARET STRUBLE 
General Elementary 




DIANE STRATTA 

General Elementary 

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GERALDINE ANN STUMPF 
Fine Arts 



DOLORES B. SUGALSKI 

Secondary English 







JAMES J. SULVA 

Secondary Mathematics 




EILEEN C. TATEM 

General Elementary 




JOHN TARTIS 
Secondary Mathematics 




GAIL ELAINE TEISHER 

Fine Arts 



BERNICE G. TELTSER 
General Elementary 




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THOMPSON 

General Elementary 




PATRICIA ANN TRABALIK 
General Elementary 




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MARGARET ANNE 
TOMLINSON 

General Elementary 

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JUDITH ANNE TRACEY 
General Elementary 






JOAN THERESA VACH 

General Elementary 



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JUDITH ALICE VALLA 

General Elementary 




JUDY PELHAM VANCE 

Secondary Social Science 





JOHN NORMAN VALLI 

Secondary Mathematics 




ANTOINETTE LAURA 
VENTOLA 

General Elementary 



BARBARA ELIZABETH 
VERNOSKY 

Fine Arts 




NANCY ANN WADE 
General Elementary 




SUSAN HOPE WALLIN 

General Elementary 
Handicapped — Speech 




CAROL ANN WALLDEN 
Early Childhood 




KATHLEEN MARY WALSH 

Secondary English 



JUNE CAROL WANNER 
General Elementary 




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MARVA WASHINGTON 

General Elementary 




LILLIAN E. WAXMAN 

General Elementary 




INA WASSERMAN 

General Elementary 




DOROTHY WESTON 
WELLE 

General Elementary 



PATRICIA JOAN WELSH 

Early Childhood 




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General Elementary 




RUTH BETHLEHEM WISE 

Secondary English 





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SHIRLEY CAMMER 
WIMMER 

Secondary Social Science 





MARY LEE WITHERELL 

General Elementary 




JOYCE MARIE 
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General Elementary 

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General Elementary 




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General Elementary 




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General Elementary 




JUDITH LOIS WRIGHT 

General Elementary 

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YOUNGBLUTH 

General Elementary 

Handicapped — Mentally 

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RICHARD JOSEPH 
YURGELES 

General Elementary 




ADELINE ZHEUTLIN 

General Elementary 




BARBARA ANN ZAJAC 
General Elementary 




CAROL ANN ZIMMERMANN 
General Elementary 



KATHLEEN LORETTA 
ZIMMERMANN 

General Elementary 




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PHYLLIS RICH ZOELLER 

General Elementary 



CLEMENT J. ZOTTA 

Secondary Social Science 





MARY ANN ZYDZIK 
Secondary Mathematics 



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MEMORABILIA 1963 

NEWARK STATE COLLEGE 



O may we keep the friendships 

We made within thy halls, 
And may we keep the motto 

We read upon thy walls, 
For "he who dares to teach 

Must never cease to learn," 
O may thy noble spirit 

Within us ever burn. 
All Hail, O Newark State! 

Harry Wilson 



CLASS HISTORY 



Four years ago we entered Newark State. Most of us 
came directly from high school; but some of us did not. 
We soon discovered, however, that it mattered little 
whether we had been a student, or a housewife, or a la- 
borer previously; the important thing was that we were 
now all peers, about to embark upon a college career. 



We became acquainted with one another during the 
three days of Freshman Orientation. At this time, to the 
tune of "I can hammer with one hammer," we learned 
that ours was a "special" class with a great potential; a 
class of which much was expected. But if this praise 
caused us to feel unduly superior, the Sophomores soon 
squelched us, and with no regard whatsoever for our 
potential, we were hazed. 





Hazing, however, brought us even closer together, 
as we anxiously formed threes or banded together in 
groups for security. The number of times we sang 
"Sophomores make the world go 'round," or carried 
books, or proposed marriages was forgotten amid the 
fun and din of Senior Court, and once the coveted 
beanie was thrust upon our heads, we knew we belonged 
at last! 



Our first year rolled along rapidly. We cluttered every inch of wall 
space with election posters in the fall; attended class meetings which 
were always sparked by the presence of our jovial Class Advisor, 
Mrs. Amsden; we danced at Friday Frolics; and participated in the 
Carnival under the Big Top. We even won an award at the latter 
event for our class booth, our famous "Zacherly". After a flurry of 
exams and summer job applications (to get in those 65 hours), our 
Freshman year ended. 




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The 'Big Thing', Sophomore year, was to make certain we 
could be distinguished from the Freshman. Our class blazers 
had arrived during the summer, which solved the problem for 
some of us. Others carried ostensibly — and audibly — the 
chief distinguishing symbol of a sophomore: the flutophone. 

These melodious instruments resounded from new quarters: 
renovated rooms in the Keane Library. The grace and charm 
of these old rooms rendered them the natural setting for our 
music department. The new science wing had also been fin- 
ished during the summer and, even if it was chairless, we wel- 
comed it as a certain sign of progress on campus. 

In accordance with the erection of this wing, a major cur- 
riculum in Science was opened to us, and then to all subse- 
quent classes. Similarily, an English major program was in- 
augurated, of which we may boast the first graduates. 




Our class was also the first which 
was required to spend a week of our 
sophomore year at the School of 
Conservation in Stokes State For- 
est. There we made new and ce- 
mented old friendships, as well as 
gleaned an appreciation (in most 
cases) for the outdoors. 




The activities of sororities and fraternities engulfed 
us in our Sophomore year. We attended teas, made a 
difficult selection, were hazed, and lived through the 
horror of Hell Night — all of which entitled us to be- 
come brothers or sisters in one of the fine Greek groups 
on campus. 

January and February brought some parking spaces. 
and seats in the Snack Bar because of the absence of 
the Juniors and Seniors. But it was an absence which 
weighed more heavily upon us this year than it had the 
last year, because we knew it would soon be our turn 
to vacate the premises and invade the field of teaching. 





Carnival Season approached again, this time with 
booths erected in the parking lot, and we found our- 
selves decorating and managing the booths of our re- 
spective organizations. We cleaned up the Carnival de- 
bris in a torrential downpour, swept the parking lot, and 
all of a sudden it was June. 



Junior year was upon us! This was the year for rings 
— school rings and engagement rings. We experienced 
a short semester for the first time and, to balance it, a 
relatively unencumbered Christmas vacation — also for 
the first time. 

Junior Practicum afforded us our first professional 
experience, and it was, for most of us, an exciting and 
rewarding one. 



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A Junior Tea awaited us when we returned in March, the first of 
many opportunities, formal and informal, to recount our adventures 
"out in the field". Three months of concentrated studies, highlighted 
by the Carnival and the appearance of the Highwaymen, formed 
our last semester. Climaxed by the Junior Prom, our third year at 
Newark State was brought to a close. 



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The most difficult feature of Senior 
year was reconciling ourselves to the 
fact that we actually were Seniors. We, 
who only yesterday were "hammering 
with one hammer" and singing "Deep 
and Wide," were in the final round of 
college. We soon realized, however, 
that the hurly-burly of Senior year left 
us little spare time, as we were immedi- 
ately caught in the throes of placement, 
interviews, questionnaires and job ap- 
plications. 

Somberly we embarked upon our 
Senior Teaching, cognizant of the fact 
that this was our final testing ground 
before we assumed control of our own 
classrooms. When we returned, we were 
aware that this was our last semester 
at Newark State. Consequently, the lit- 
tle aspects of daily routine became dear 
to us: the free hours in the snack bar; 
the sorority, fraternity, and club meet- 
ings; the stimulating classes, the games 
— all of these took on a new precious- 



ness because they were to be ours only 
a short time longer. And yet, as Senior 
year sped toward a close, we could not 
help but anticipate the future with 
eagerness. A rush of Senior activities — 
teas, luncheons, the Prom, Commence- 
ment — enriched and endeared our last 
days at Newark State, and suddenly our 
college career was over. 

Much is expected of us; it is our duty 
to live up to that expectation. Newark 
State has provided the academic back- 
ground and educational training which 
are our necessary tools; it is up to us 
to make the fullest use of them. What 
we will become is unknown to us at 
present, just as what we are now was 
unknown to us four years ago. What we 
hope to become is still an Ideal, for we 
have not yet had the opportunity to 
attempt it; but that opportunity is now 
before us, and with the help of God, 
we shall strive to achieve it. 



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Administration 




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ALTON D. O'BRIEN 

Dean of College 




EUGENE G. WILKIN S 
President 




HERBERT W. SAMENFELD 
Dean of Students 



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JOSEPH ERRINGTON 
Health — Physical Education 



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ROBERT F. ALLEN 
Graduate Division 




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JAMES BRANT DAY 

Informational Services 





CLIFFORD L. BUSH 
Education 





MATTHEW DOLKEY 

English 



GEORGE W. GENS 
Special Education 



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JOHN C. HUTCHINSON 

History — Social Science 




HERMAN I. LEPP 

Science 




JACK E. PLATT 
Music 




EARNEST R. RANUCCI 

Mathematics 





DOUGLAS W. TATTON 
Fine and Industrial Arts 



EDNA D. SALT 
Early Childhood Curriculum 



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ELLEN DEGRAY ABELL 
Fine Arts 



EDWARD W. ALLEN 

English 



JUUL v. R. ALTENA 
Education 






WINIFRED H. AMSDEN 
Health 



WILLIAM P. ANGERS 
Student Personnel 



ESTHER ANSON 
Education 






FREDERIC G. ARNOLD 
Science 



MARY M BARTLETT 

EnglisJi 



KENNETH R. BENSON 

Science 



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ROBERT E. BLOOMFIELD 

Industrial Arts 



DANIEL T. BLOUNT 

Science 



MARVIN BOSKIN 

Science 









PATRICIA BOYD 

Student Personnel 



MARTIN S. BUCHNER 
Fine and Industrial Arts 



WERNER CARL BURGER 

Fine Arts 






GEORGE T. BURTT 
Education 



LEON CHARM 'i 
Special Education 



ROBERT I (II \s\oi I 
Education 



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EVELYN ANDREWS COSTON 
Music 



GEORGE S. CURRIER 
English 



WESLEY P. DANIELS 
Registrar 







CORNELIUS P. DARCY 
History 



FRANCK G. DARTE, II 
Education 



LAWRENCE DAVIDSON 
Music 






CLARE DAVIES 
Student Personnel 



BETSY J. DAVISON 

Student Personnel 



JOHN W. DICKEY 

Mathematics 



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HOWARD FRANCIS 

DIDSBURY, JR. 

History 



JAMES E. DORSEY 
Music 



JAMES EDWARD DOWNES 

History — Social Science 






HARRY N. DUBIN 
Education 



BEATRICE V. DUNKEL 
Library 



KATHLEEN MARY ECKHART 
Education 






CATHERYN EISENHARDT 
Education 



THEODORE FARAKLAS 

Mathematics 



RYCHARD FINK 
Education 









HARRY WILLIAM FOSKEY 
Education 



ZELLA J. OLIVER FRY 

English 



REGINA H. GARB 

Mathematics 





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JOHN O. GERRISH 

Music 



FREDERICK J. GILSDORF 
English 



NATHAN GOLDBERG 

History 






E. AUSTIN GOODWIN 
Fine Arts 



JANE E. GUINNANE 
Graduate 



JOSEPH T. HANCOCK 
Education 



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ALLEN J. HANSEN 

Education 



NORMAN EDWARD HARRIS 
Education 



GEORGE HENNINGS 

Science 






RICHARD J. HERRICK 
English 



JOSEPH B. HIGGINS 
History 



JAMES HOWE 

Fine Arts 






CLIFFORD W. JAHN 

Industrial Arts 



DONNA BOUDREAU 
JAMISON 

Education 



LFROV JOHNSON 
Mathematics 



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DAVID W. JONES 

Fine Arts 



PHYLLIS F. KAVETT 
Mathematics 



MARILYN C. KELLAND 

Social Science 






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MARGARET KIRKPATRICK 

Fine Arts 



JOHN S. KORLEY 

Business Manager 



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SIDNEY KRUEGER 

English 






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F. KEVIN LARSEN 
English 



ROBERT L. LATHEROW 
Music 



JANET G. LEONARD 
Field Services 



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EVELYN FISHER LEVINREW 

Education 



BETTY LINTHICUM 

Science 



MINNIE LIPSON 
Library 






JACQUES H. LOELIGER 

Assistant Director of 

Student Teaching and Placement 



CHARLES JAMES 
LONGACRE, JR. 

Director of Field Services 



ROCCO E. LORUSSO 

Education 






SAMUEL LOURIE 
English 



IRVING F. LUSCOMBE 
History 



CAROLINE H. MADISON 
Science 



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FRED R. MARDER 
Student Personnel 



GENEVIEVE E. MARKHOLM 
Fine Arts 



DOROTHY C. MARKLE 
Education 






CHARLES WILLIAM 
McCRACKEN 

Education 



WILLIAM C. McNEICE 

Industrial Arts 



WILLIAM ARNOLD MERCER 

Assistant Director of 
Admissions 






BETTY ANN METZ 
Field Services 



A. LEE MEYERSON 
Science 



OTTO H. MILO 

Library 



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MURIEL MORGAN 

Educutitm 



ZITA NORWALK 

Education 



JOHN If. O'MEARA 
Library 













JOHN W. OSBORNE 
History 



EVERETT S. OSTROVSKY 

Education 



MARION L. PARSONS 
Field Services 





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PATRICIA CAL1 Ml W 
PAULSON 

Health — Physical Education 



STAPLES PERSINGER 
Physical Education 



fOAN R. PESCE 

Library 












ETHA MARIE PRUSER 
Social Science 



DONALD R. RAICHLE 
History 



ERMA RAKSANYI 
Health 




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JOHN P. RAMOS 

Director of Student Teaching, 
Placement and Follow-up Studies 



LOUIS E. RATHS 
Education 



RONALD REICKER 

English 






JOSEPH W. RENDELL 
College Librarian 



EDITH D. RESNICK 

Physical Education 



LAWRENCE R. RESS 
Library 



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ARNOLD SANFORD RICE 
History 



EVAN C. RICHARDSON 

Science 



JEAN M. RICHARDSON 
Education 






ANNELIESE M. ROBENS 
Education 



LAURA E. ROGERS 

Music 



ROBERT H. ROTH 

Education 





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LAI REE X. RYSTROM 
Student Personnel 



ELISABETH SANDERS 
English 



ROBERT \V. SCHUITMACHER 
Science 






ADELE D. SCHULLEY 
Education 



HELEN GUSTINA SCIRE 
Education 



BARBARA SHEPARDSON 
Education 





MARTIN SIEGEL 

History — Social Science 



ALFRED A. SILANO 
Science 



NETTIE D. SMITH 
Physical Education 








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VANCE BEIDEL SNYDER 

Industrial Arts 



H. WILLARD STERN 
Education 



E. THEODORE STIER 

Director of Admissions 



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DONALD A. STRUYK 
Science 



CATHERINE M. STULB 

Physical Education 



MARGARET PHYLLIS 
TALLERICO 

Library 






EDWIN N. THOMASON 
English 



HARVEY W. TRIMMER, JR. 
Field Services 



SAMUEL MAURICE VALLA 
Education 




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MELBOURNE R. VAN NEST 

Industrial Arts 



BERTRAM VOGEL 

Education 



I \ \ BOND W AGNER 

Education 









JOHN GEORGE WAGNER 

Science 



DAVID K. WARD 

Science^ 



SELMA WASSERMANN 
Education 



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GOODWIN WATSON 

Education 



EVELYN WILLSON WENDT 

English 



MURIEL L. WILHELM 

Assistant Registrar 





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EDWARD J. ZOLL 
Mathematics 



JACK SOL ZUCKER 

English 



WILLARD E. ZWEIDINGER 
Health — Physical Education 



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This page is dedicated to Dr. Jane Guinnane 
in appreciation for her work with the Middle 1 States 
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Dr. 
Guinnane organized committers at Newark State for 
the Middle 1 States evaluation, assembled materials 
and reports, and devoted countless hours of her time 
to the undertaking which secured our acceptance. 
We are grateful to Dr. Guinnane for her work to- 
ward the completion of this endeavor. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 






103 




JOHN WILKES 
President 




JEANNE BERARD 
Recording Secretary 





BRENDA SNELL 
Vice-President 




JOY EDMONDS 

Corresponding Secretary 



CLASS 

OF 

1964 



JOYCE REITZ 
Treasurer 



JUNIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 



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FIRST ROW: J. Salter, A. Fahrbach, A. Bossack, H. 
Bordasb, E. Bonaccorso, J. Basso, H. Blatt, J. Beraxd 
A. Grindlinger. SECOND ROW: E. Blcch, D. Bautsch, 
J. Vertelis, C. Bracey, E. Campana, E. Bonarrigo, C. 
Breyta, L. Moser, D. Condit, J. Fcdin, J. Drobinski, M. 
Bandera, R. Bevere, L. Altieri. 



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FIRST ROW: P. Counihan, L. Deraman, J. Seavey, C. De Salvo, R. Israel, F. CicaJese, C. 
Befumo, A. Lello, M. Cobb. SECOND ROW: L. Feinstein, R. Fasteau, P. Cole, L. Ceriello, 
B. Lipert, D. Byrns, F. Wasowski, J. Kreuger, K. Crosby, J. Cook, P. Chmielaw, P. Zboyan, J. 
Dieghan, H. Bopp. 









FIRST ROW: M. Ackers, 
J. Ellen, M. Gray, C. Co- 
han, J. Janoff, D. Silber- 
man, E. Barr, J. Vogler, H. 
Dewar. SECOND ROW- 
E. Coutant, J. Liddy, M. 
Lunga, P. DeVanney, J. 
Delia Sala, L. Kemper, B. 
Clark, D. Paulak, C. Frank, 
N. Branin, R. Ciemmecki, 
W. Downey. 




106 



FIRST ROW: S. Elbert, B. 
Garron, M. Balin, D. Cuc- 
uzzelJa, B. Minch, B. GeL- 
cius, S. Karnick, J. Farley, 
M. Genis. SECOND ROW: 
R. Rumage, C. Lavallo, F. 
Maezarella, A. Greco, T. 
Gnoza, J. Wiggins, A. Fox, 
H. Eckrich, D. Niziolek, 
C. Samsel, T. Roj'y, A. 
Kropilak, D. Williams. 






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FIRST ROW: R. Weagley, 
M. Gaines, M. Stepbanik, 
M. Starkman, A. Waskin, S. 
Worsky. SECOND ROW: 
F. Wrigbt, I. Rrown, R. 
Zugmontowicz, S. Moloney, 
J. Turri, J. Wildcnhaim, P. 
Sayko, R. Umowski. 

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FIRST ROW: D. Menchin, V. Raspa, W. Pyle, H. Means, K. Rice, L. Pokinelli, J. Post, M. 
Moves, M. Relies. SECOND ROW: F. Schumm, R. Munn, M. Porcello, S. Wiener, J. Pateman, 
M. Poxter, G. Meyer, M. Johnson, K. Pawlikowski, C. Miller, R. Rossow, J. Kumpf, R. Ken- 
drick, T. Tracy. 



FIRST HOW: I.. Posimko, 
K. Unice, L. Mollica, J. 
S c h a t /, B. S n e 1 1, C. 
Schroeck, I 1 . Scharago, C. 
S h e r 1 i n g, G. Schwarbz. 
SECOND ROW: M. IVr- 
emba, E. Nurnberger, Jr., 
J. Placa, D. Slater, G. Serio, 
P. Restaino, E. Trucks, A. 
Weiss, D. Petruccelli, J. 
Wilkes, J. Moore. 




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FIRST ROW: P. Milano, P. 
McEnroe, L. Clark, I. 
Sturm, R. Loeb, M. Evers- 
wick, C. Grebe, M. Lordi, 
C. Minasian. SECOND 
ROW: J. Masterson, L. 
Padalino, E. Schlaupitz, N. 
Mirabella, E. Malier, M. 
Sabatirio, N. Yanger, J. 
Mayer, I. Maynard, M. 
Kohler, V. Merlo, B. Saur, 
T. Kuc. 







FIRST ROW: K. Knecht, B. Jones, C. Mazzei, D. Ferrara, M. Elmy, Z. Kliger, L. Krchnacek, 
F. Kleinberg, C. Brueckner. SECOND ROW: J. Santarsiero, A. Harmon, J. Reitz, G. Kroch- 
mal, M. Meneghin, B. Strauss, C. Bramnex, J. Maull, E. Hoesel, M. Kosek, R. Lord, R. Watts, 
C. Brinamen. 







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MRST ROW: J. Iozzi, C. 

larrigan, C. Harter, R. 
r ox, P. Greengrove, C. 
aworowski, R. Ciccone, P. 
iaynor, E. Gorman. BACK 
IOW: R. Tedesco, R. Sul- 
van, E. Johnson, P. Bas- 
enko, M. Geneva, G. Gior- 
ano, G. CiaJlella, J. Ed- 
londs, J. Zavvrotnak, L. 
liambelli, B. Conwaiy, F. 
annorfi. 




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LEWIS DUFFY 
President 



CLASS 

OF 

1965 




ANTHONY MARTINO 

Vice-President 




KAREN GOLDFARB 
Corresponding Secretary 




MAUREEN SAVAGE 
Recording Secretary 





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CLAIRE POMPEI 
Treasurer 





FIRST ROW: R. Bertino, J. Massa, H. Fuss, D. Amato, 
A. Freund, M. Haber, P. Arace, D. Albrecht, R. Airman. 
SECOND ROW: V. Andreski, M. Budin, E. Bechde, M. 
Bavosa, R. Arzt, P. Alvino, J. Sulovski, N. Botitta, S. 
Burrows, K. Hartmann, M. Bonner, C. Autenrieth, C. 
Brostosky, B. Blair. 





FIRST ROW: L. Derman 
A. Ciampolillo, C. Apgar 
M. Aroneo, B. Cohen, C 
D'Antonio, M. Delabar, R 
Conforti, P. Boyle. SEC 
OND ROW: B. Christen- 
sen, C. Wyglendowski, L, 
Adubato, D. Crosby, H, 
Benjamin, R. Adams, N, 
Denzer, P. Bucknell, A, 
Boucek, H. Cahill, C. 
Brooks, L. Brask, M. A, 
DelSordi, D. Bradford, B 
Damashek, R. Cwiakala. 




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FIRST ROW: B. Bunting, 
B. Dick, K. Gleason, V. 
Freire, L. Heiman, K. Ben- 
nett, V. Canis, K. Goldfarb, 
J. Dow dell. SECOND 
ROW: J. FaJek, D. li 
M. Nomberg, J. Hey), S. 
Goldate, L. Greenb* 
Graf, C. Dunelewi( z, I 
Goodhiut, H. Hess, B. 
Greene, R. ChmieJik, J 
Gantly, I!. Shiebler. 



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FIRST ROW: G. Lewell, J. Leone, D. Greenfarb, P. Mytrowitz, G. Gede, D. Langley, M. 
Kramer, R. Licht, E. Linker. SECOND ROW: J. Levine, P. Keeshan, B. Kucap, C. Diaz, L. 
Korostil, S. Sarica, M. Hammer, K. Ianelli, A. Gurdak, P. Keller, K. Kavalieros, E. Kalter, 
M. Kurland, J. Kamiosky, V. Jay. 









FIRST ROW: I. Makuta, 

C. Maisel, I. Zevin, S. La- 
Salvia, L. Knudson, M. 
Katz, R. Manaker, R. Kim- 
mel, L. Lezak. SECOND 
ROW: T. Martin, D. Ku- 
lick, D. Lenz, A. Levy, L. 
Klimovich, K. Kumpf, W. 
Nowel, E. McCarthy, M. 
Connolly, B. Kockclmanm, 

D. Kurowsky, R. Love, E. 
Ham ill. 



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FIRST ROW: B. GoII, L. 
McKelvy, L. Mercuro, A. 
Morino, G. Ott, J. Megaro, 
D. Margolis, M. Pereira, M. 
Nover. SECOND ROW: J. 
Mury, C. Carter, T. Rey- 
nolds, G. Merkel, K. Kel- 
sey, S. Lewis, M. Narin, L. 
Lewis, J. Opp, O. Ebner, 
L McGoohan, G. Kunka, 
\. Martino. 





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FIRST ROW: J. Merlo, N. 
Kaes, R. Sadowski, M. Pet- 
chesky, C. Pagano, S. 
Markwell, B. Marturana, D. 
Monaco, D. Parrillo. SEC- 
OND ROW: J. McCracken, 
D. Moore, V. Lombardo, S. 
Reilly, P. Murphy, E. Nus- 
baum, M. Peterson, P. 
Greeley, V. Primamore, B. 
Minasian, E. O'Donnell, R. 
BariJ, D. O'ReiJly. 



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FIRST ROW: M. Natella, 
B. Zagier, K. McG 
Tnippi, L. Rizzo, K. Cola. 
P. Rendine, S. Sil] 
Lyon. SECOND ROW: E. 
Derkins, E. Levine, S. Lan- 
sky, C. Sunderhoft, P. 
Cupo, F. Mersitz, S. Perl- 
pit, M. Robertson, R. Le- 
vine, J. Skiper, C. Red- 
dington, B. Renart, N. Vel- 
lucci, M. Mervin, S. Prin>- 
gle. 



FIRST ROW: J. Puma, D. Querques, P. Madeo, S. Scott, E. Stiomfeld, M. Pinto, S. Satsky, 
P. Parrillo, L. Kolton. SECOND ROW: A. Sherman, M. Posen, E. Moskowitz, R. Scotch, L. 
Wayne, F. Shapiro, S. Sherman, I. Sohel, L. Joseph, I. Lindsay, C. Oswald, A. Ramaglia, S. 
Magnes, R. Rainville, D. Schaap. 




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FIRST ROW: D. SpaluV, 
M. Scrimmager, C. Sonnen- 
berg, J. Sonsiadek, L. 
Bruno, M. Sedita, P. Sher- 
wen, H. Shidex, P. Parte- 
low. SECOND ROW: P. 
Sampson, A. Wolkstein, A. 
Silverman, D. Rowlands, 
R. Sepe, I. Scott, A. Gist, 
G. Wiesner, D. Sgroi, G. 
Skokna, T. Chamberlain, J. 
Verlangieri, E. Keating, R. 
Stakiwicz, C. Naegele. 














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IRST ROW: D. Seiler, S. 
^eisbrot, A. Siniscal, L. 
isto, M. Shapanka, P. 
tumpf, L. Walters. SEC- 
»ND ROW: G. Yancolo- 
'itz, C. Tyson, A. Grossi, 
1. Swanson, J. Simone, G. 
alente, T. Wislotski, J. 
sector, R. Tepper. 



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THOMAS COYLE 
President 




LOUIS MEIMIN 
Vice-President 




CHARLOTTE DAVIDSON 
Recording Secretary 




BARBARA COOPER 

Corresponding Secretary 




CAROL ANN WILLIAMS 
Treasurer 



CLASS 

OF 

1966 




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FIRST ROW: D. Battaglini, M. Arigo, P. Baker, J. Biagi, 
M. Bernstein, B. Babcock, S. Arnett, C. Auriemma, K. 
Austin. SECOND ROW: W. Boright, M. Bred in, G. Bal- 
lard, J. Aekerman, J. Andreola, M. Bernstein, M. Briggs, 
L. Bace, B. Chipman, C. Autorino, H. Bistritz, E. Beirne, 
D. Rabig. 




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FIRST ROW: B. Bogner, 

C. Gruenling, J. Conway, 

D. DelRio, J. Campisi, S. 
Cohen, M. Bahler, S. Bel- 
likoff, G. Castoral. SEC- 
OND ROW: K. Judson, J. 
Aubin, R. Audet, D. Co- 
hen, J. Basile, M. Cuono, 

E. Brown, P. Byrnes, E. 
Bonavitacola, J. Alexander, 
A. Battaglia, R. Brookes, C. 
Ambruso. 





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FIRST ROW: F. Clemente, F. Kelly, P. Cair.ey, J. Cress, P. Campbell, E. Decker, J. Budeik- 
bemder, D. Gyma, E. Camerino. SECOND ROW: R. Cunliffe, V. Citrano, C. Burke, P. Con- 
tursi, S. Csahuk, E. Farkas, J. Banin, J. Fehrenbach, E. Cubero, C. Chaya, M. Bowler, R. 
Cronin, T. Coyole. 




FIRST ROW: S 

S. D< i , L. Grup- 

I I. 1 in d. S. Frank, 

11. Forner, J. Dili 

\1) HOW: S. Fried- 
man, C. Gernert, J. Ed- 
wards, J. (Ii rlu r, C. Hyer, 
J. Fuchs, 1 1 ). i m ^Li, D. 

la, L. Haeusl 
Fletcher, A. DerMatl 
B. Devlin, J P. 




FIRST ROW: E. Fisher, V. Medwin, E. Heinrich, H. Jensen, A. Jindracek, W. Dolinich, D. 
Kalfus, I. Limone, C. Kaiser. SECOND ROW: C. Klein, W. Grier, M. Fagan, R. DiSteiano, 
T. Kuhar, M. Kutzenco, C. Kuhlman, M. Conochan, D. Baier, M. Kmet, M. Kennedy, H. Gold- 
berg, L. Impagliatelli, J. Fulcomer, R. Smith. 



FIRST ROW: K. Klose, K. 
LaMar, S. Leder, P. Lar- 
kin, J. Kantor, C. Milano, 
R. Grasso, J. Kirk, B. La 
Salle. SECOND ROW: G. 
Leggert, A. Rashkim, J. 
Kern, J. Knakiewicz, B. 
Lane, S. Kenworthy, M. 
Liotta, A. Kowalski, G. 
Lalak, L. Mesonas. 



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FIRST ROW: D. Cunning- 
ham, B. Lieberman, S. Lil- 
ley, M. Malloy, M. Lehrer, 
E. Levee, T. Lucian, J. 
Macera, A. Lipper. SEC- 
OND ROW 7 : D. McCor- 
mick, R. Meimin, M. Mraz, 
A. Moore, E. McClorry, L. 
Moleen, M. Marino, L. 
Monaco, J. Lee, R. Mc- 
Bride, A. Maksymowicz, M. 
Ambrose, J. Lutsiky, R. Nis- 
onoff, B. Bre&slow, B. Gar- 
giles, R. Kunda. 











FIRST ROW: G. Karmazyn, K. Kowalczvk, W. Goruday, R. GrimaW. M. Cordon, S. Habora* 
K. Hildebrand, P. Graglia, A. Hewitt. SKCOXD ROW: S. D<.GraaiT, V. Coakley, K. Gari 
S. Garabrant, K. Huebner, M. Fudge, D. Garrigan, C. Heath, C. Fabrizio, M. Cillvn, E. 1 land- 
man, K. Hegyes, D. Iladdon. 



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FIRST ROW: K. Murphy, 
G. Mozino, A. Napurano, 
G. Orosz, E. Mycko, M. 
Manzie, A. Peluso, C. Mojv 
ahan, L. French. SECOND 
ROW: D. Schwartz, W. 
Klajn, M. Mindnick, C. 
Poproski, J. Oliveira, D. 
Piatkowski, B. Wujciak, R. 
Boczar, G. Oliver, K. Mun- 
kel, K. Orr, M. Nycz, E. 
Rappaport, J. OppenJander. 



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FIRST ROW: B. Otten- 
stoer, D. Peter, C. Munt- 
riek, J. N e u b a u e r, D. 
Sharpe, II. Paterson, C. 
Percival, A. Pester, H. 
Newsham. SECOND 
R O W : M. Lussen, B. 
Moore, S. Reiche, K. Pal- 
mer, E. Pietra, M. Muller, 
E. Koffler, T. NoveUo, J. 
PeliLso, J. Cluck, II. Rose, 
A. Mulvehill, K. Xagele, J. 
Valvamo. 



FIRST ROW: R. Orlans, D. Ringel, D. Rotonda, J, PisiLpia, A. Novello, J. Riemer, V. Petraiv 
costa, R. Prcstigiacomo, S. Saxe. SECOND ROW: J. Rogonese, A. Wislma, E. Lombaidi, J. 
Porter, A. Mekiastr> , Z. Saver, L. Reitz, H. Rice, D. Gugliotta, R. Quinn, L. Potts, C. Pietrzak, 
R. Tropp, A. Shinka. 




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FIRST ROW: K. Swiatek, 
E. Roth, D. Mariniello, M. 
Phillips, N. Ulbricht, D. 
Savannah, S. Ring, E. 
Puchinsky, L. Smith. SEC- 
OND ROW: R. Rocha, M. 
Stang, B. Possiel, G. Silver- 
stein, D. Thomas, L. Vano, 
B. Strulowitz, M. Sauickie, 
J. Penrin, M. Roth, R. Poli- 
castro, E. Sander, D. Platz, 
R. Schneider. 




FIRST ROW: J. SanFilippo, P. Stevens, B. Van Atta, S. PolLakoff, J. Teloga, V. Pizzi, M. 
Porcello, C. Schmittzeh, L. Schwartz. SECOND ROW: H. Schwarz, F. Klok, C. Shupper, 
J. Lucas, E. Spiegel, A. Frantantoni, A. Toffey, M. Spero, M. SmoJinski, D. Schwartzstein, D. 
Dugan, R. Girgent, C. Thorn, M. Setaro, J. Van Craitis. 



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FIRST ROW: H. Webber, 
E. Schaneman, J. Schul- 
man, J. Szczyglinski, M. 
Zager, C. Vitiello, L. Wal- 
ker, R. Sturtevamt, B. Van 
Note. SECOND ROW: D. 
Wald, R. Spice, L. Rag- 
onese, R. Walter, G. San- 
ford, R. Zeid, K. Walsh, 
M. Wojeski, D. Southard, 
V. Sullivan, J. Wolff, F. 
Pascale, D. Siedler, J. Mc- 
Collough, J. Petro. 



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FIRST ROW: J. Yablonicky, A. Zappulla, G. Williams, 
J. Russo, C. Way, T. Weitzman, P. Sablik, G. Wasko, T. 
Urban. SECOND ROW: R. Haspiel, R. Shannon, B, Me- 
lofehik, J. Weiss, J. Zalapukes, A. Trizna, W. William- 
son, C. Zubkov, T. Szymanski, A. Urbanik. 










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FRANCK G. DARTE 
1964 



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CLASS ADVISORS 



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DONNA V. JAMISON 
1965 



F. KEVIN LARSEN 
1966 







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ACTIVI 







STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Student Council, a governing body comprised 
of elected representatives, works for the ultimate satis- 
faction of students in the managing of their own organi- 
zations and activities. In addition, it provides a liaison 
between the administration and the student body. 

The specific duties of Student Council are to dis- 
perse funds to various student organizations, appoint 
committees to carry out specialized tasks, and to lead 
and direct school affairs in a way that is most beneficial 
to the students and in compliance with administrative 
and state ordinances. 



EDWARD MARTIN 

President 



R. Corby, M. Drury, J. Schwartz, J. Sulva, J. Hynes, L. Samartin, L. Pace, 
R. Foley, E. Martin, A. Lundgren, R. Schaffer, K. Lynch, K. Meeks, B. Grod- 
zki, D. Licks, S. Kopecky. 



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MARGUERITE KOSEK 

Treasurer 



WILLIAM SHIEBLER 
Vice-President 




GRACE GIORDANO 

Secretary 




STELLA LA SALVIA 
Assistant Treasurer 









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DIANE MONACO 

Assistant Secretary 




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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 




The presidents of the four classes, 
the Student Council officers, and 
two faculty members comprise the 
Executive Committee. Its main pur- 
pose is to guide the proceedings of 
Student Council by organizing the 
agenda for Council meetings, and 
deciding upon the pertinence of 
various matters to the student body. 



SITTING: Miss B. Davison, Advisor; D. Monaco, Assistant Secretary; G. Gior- 
dano, Secretary; E. Martin, President; W. Shiebler, Vice-President; M. Kosek, Treas- 
urer; S. La Salvia, Assistant Treasurer. STANDING: J. Hynes, Senior Class Presir 
dent; L. Duffy, Sophomore Class President; T. Coyle, Freshman Class President. 



REPRESENTATIVES 




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FIRST ROW: C. DeSalvo, R. Foley, K. Sojnell, E. Schlcpitz, R. Lock, D. Monaco, G. Giordano, 
E. Martin, W. Shiebler, P. Kosek, S. LaSalvia, K. Meeks, C. Harter, M. Drury, J. Gantly. M. 
Delia Vallc SECOND HOW: P. Lupo, D. Hagins, B, Lee, M. Flannery, R. Schneider, P. Kear- 
ney, D. Licks, M. Bavosa, P. Miiwchcuko, Miss B. Davison, Advisor; B. Grodzki, J. Gluck, R. 
Corby, S. Kopecky, F, Cicalese, J. Schwartz, J. Sulva, P. Minarchenko, R. Levine, R. Schaffer. 



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COLLEGE CENTER ROAD 




C. Denny, Miss B. Met/, 

E. Martin, M. Davits, Mrs. 
M. Parsons, Mr. F. Mauler, 
S. Cooper, S. Ferrara, Dr. 

F. Arnold, R. Reskow, Dr. 
J. Dorsey, L. Duffy. 



All the social and cultural activities that take place in the College Center 
are under the jurisdiction of the College Center Board. Seminars, musical pres- 
entations, lectures, and poetry readings are part of the scope of activities that 
this board presents for the intellectual, academic, and social enrichment of New- 
ark State students. 



STUDENT- FACULTY CO-OP 



The Student-Faculty Co-()p is a policy-making board designed to deal with 
the auxiliary enterprises of the College Center. Its immediate concern is with 
the functioning of the book store and the Snack Bar. 



FIRST ROW: R. Conway, 
I Mr. F. Marder, Mrs. M. 
Parsons, E. Martin, J. 
Hynes. SECOND ROW: 
W. Shiebler, Dr. F. Arnold, 
Mr. G. Anders. 




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SOCIAL 
COMMITTEE 



V. Weskema, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; J. Zawrot- 
nak, Recording Secretary; 
P. Gaynor, President; G. 
CiaUella, Vice-President; L. 
Ciambelli, Treasurer. 



The Social Committee organizes many of the school dances and the mixers 
with other schools. Its members serve at teas and other campus programs; they 
are in charge of the annual Christmas Program carried on at the college. It is 
due to the efforts of this committee that the students of Newark State are pro- 
vided with a varied and enjoyable social program. 



TRADITIONS AND PROCEDURES COMMITTEE 

The development of a traditional college heritage is in great part the re- 
sponsibility of the Traditions and Procedures Committee. Its members sponsor 
and coordinate the activities on campus which are integral or developing facets 
of the tradition of Newark State. 



STANDING: M. Maher, J. Kumpf, D. Licks. SITTING: C. Harter, M. 
Kastner, Dr. J. Richardson, Advisor; S. Kopecky, J. Gandy, B. Litowchak. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: E. 
Schlaupitz, C. Judson, A. 
Lello, C. DeSalvo, J. Zaw- 
rawfnak, VV. Downey, Exec- 
utive Officer; P. Restino, F. 
Wright, J. Kreuger, J. Dieg- 
nau, D. Fred Licks. 




CARNIVAL COMMITTEE 



CAMPUS COMMITTEE 



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SITTING: C. Judson, P. Zboyan, K. Judson, F. Wright, President; C. Roeber, L. Giordano, 
E. Boiler, P. McEnroe, F. Bonarrigo. STANDING: V. Butler, B. Seaman, B. Hrehowesik. 



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LEADERSHIP 
CONFERENCE 




Dr. R. Chasnoff, F. Alves, G. Amatrudi, Dr. R. Allen, A. DeMartino, Dr. K. 
Herrold, Miss B. Davisoin, P. Pietruszka. 







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FIRST ROW: J. Wilkes, P. Restino, S. LaSalvia, P. Madeo, M. Palrnieri, Miss B. Davison, 
Advisor; A. DeMartino, Dr. J. Hutchinson, M. Witherell, E. Paroly, G. Giordano, K. Meeks. 
SECOND ROW: E. Martin, R. Abram, R. Conway, B. Kendrick, J. Gerhard*, V. Butler, D. 
Monaco, L. DeMartino, M. Bonner, F. Wright, M. Lombardo, C. Harter, M. Sain/, A. Marks. 
M. Havosa, B. Grodzki, W. Downey, R. Foley, L. Tornow, J. Gantly, L. Duffy. 





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An expanded format and an expansive en- 
vironment highlighted the Third Annual Lead- 
ership Conference, which was held at Camp 
Hidden Valley, in Sharpe Reservation near 
Fishkill, New York. Representatives of all the 
organizations at Newark State met for a week 
at the spacious and accommodating camp in 
the Catskills maintained by the Herald Trib- 
une. The purpose of the Conference, as has 
been the purpose of the two preceding it, was 
to explore, discuss, and learn how to develop 
traits of good leadership. 

A team of graduate students from Colum- 
bia University under the chairmanship of Dr. 
Kenneth Ilcrrold served as trainers for the 
session. Participation in, and evaluation ol the 
"T" groups they moderated was the focal point 
of the Conference. Guest lecturers augmented 
the program, and social events fulfilled it. 

The students that attended the- Leadership 
Conference gleaned from it not only ideas and 
methods ol leadership, but also the experience 
of living and working together as a group of 
individuals, seeking to define and accomplish 
personal as well as group goals and developing 
from these the attitudes and attributes of a 
leader. 



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GUIDES CLUB 



The members of the Guides Club are the 
official college hosts and hostesses who cor- 
dially welcome and conduct tours for visitors 
from other colleges and universities, high 
school F.T.A. groups, and newly arrived Fresh- 
men. 

Under their sponsorship of the Big-Sister- 
Brother program, this group has helped the 
incoming Freshmen to get better acquainted 
with their new surroundings. 




N. Bottita, Corresponding Secretary; Mr. 
W. Mercer, Advisor; C. Harter, President; 
E. Keating, Vice-President; F. Cicalese, 
Recording Secretary; G. Ciallella, Treas- 




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S. C. I. D. 



The Student Communications Information Directory 
serves a dual purpose. It keeps Newark State students 
informed of local cultural events and obtains tickets 
to these events for student use. The SCID office posts 
announcements of up-and-coming performances, 
whether they be of a dramatic or musical nature, and 
cooperates in purchasing tickets to them for individ- 
uals or groups from NSC. Similarly, SCID fosters an 
awareness of the lectures, museum exhibits, and other 
local cultural events of interest by providing informa- 
tion concerning them to students. The role of the 
SCID office is an important one, for it caters to the 
intellectual and cultural appetites of Newark State 
students. 



Kathi McCole, Arlene Wright. 



THE NATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



A college student should be 
aware of the goings-on in interna- 
tional affairs. The National Stu- 
dent Association is the medium 
through which important world 
events are conveyed to college cam- 
puses throughout the country. At 
Newark State, N.S.A. sponsors a di- 
versified program featuring discus- 
sions, foreign exchange students, 
news bulletins, and lectures, all of 
which are designed to instill within 
students a greater awareness and 
knowledge of pertinent interna- 
tional events. 



FIRST ROW: I. Maynard, C. Kopecky, 
C. DeSalvo, Secretary; L. MetcaJf, P. 
McEnroe, P. Cole, J. Kreuger. SECOND 
ROW: J. Pateman, E. Mailer, Coordiiu*- 
tor; A. Martino, Travel Affairs Chairman, 









ROBERT LITOWCHAK 

Editor-in-Chief 




INDEPENDENT 




KENNETH MEEKS 

Managing Editor 



MARGARET MAHER 

News Editor 



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CHRISTINE KOWALSKI and 
ELIZABETH HANDLEY 

Feature Editors 




MARY DORMER 
Public Relations 





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BETTY GRODZKI 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 



LILLIAN DeMARTINO 
Co-Editor-in-Ch ief 




MEMORABILIA 



IRENE REIFSNYDER 
Advisor 



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JOANNA PARELLI 
Literary Editor 




CAROL ZIMMERMANN 

Typing Editor 




MARY LEE WITHERELL 
Photography Co-Editor 




CONSTANCE RREWER 
Photography Co-Editor 



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ANGELA DeMARTINO 
Publicity Manager 





MARIE PALMIERI 
Business Manager 



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Robert Corby, Cynthia 
Harter, Maureen Drury. 



JOAN SCHWARTZ 

Sports Editor 




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NU LAMBDA KAPPA 



EDWIN THOMASON 

Advisor 



Nu Lambda Kappa provides an opportunity for 
members of the student body to develop their skills in 
creative writing. Members submit their manuscripts for 
criticism and suggestions during weekly meetings. The 
Dana Review, a collection of the best literary efforts, is 
published at the end of the school by Nu Lambda Kappa. 




M. Mayoracz, J. Burrell, President; D. Gu^liotta, M. Kalb. 



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K. Cola, Member-at-Large; P. Madeo, 
Vice-President; A. Wright, President; 
Miss K. Eckhart, Advisor; Mrs. Jami- 
son, Guest Speaker; V. Butler, Record- 
ing Secretary; B. Grodzki, Correspond- 
ing Secretary. 



A.C.E.-S.E.A. 



"Who dares to teach must never cease to learn." 

It is the objective of the Association for Child- 
hood Education and the Student Education As- 
sociation to augment college studies by increas- 
ing an awareness of recent developments in the 
field of education for the edification of its mem- 
bers and the entire college. 







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ALEITHIAN CLUB 




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F. Schumm, Treasurer; C. Brewer, Bible 
Study Chairman; J. Weston, President; 
C. Zimmermann, Secretary. 




NEWMAN CLUB 



B. Greene, Program Chairman; J. Drobin- 
ski, I.A.D.-NJ.P.; P. Hunt, Province Rep- 
resentative; P. Sherman, Province Repre- 
sentative; L. Cheslak, Recording Secre- 
tary; M. Costello, Treasurer; A. Bossack, 
Corresponding Secretary; C. Tyson, Vice- 
President; M. Delia Valle, President; J. 
Crowley, Membership Chairman; K. Kirk, 
Historian. 




STAR OF DAVID CLUB 




* C. Brooks, Recording Secretary; A. Bier- 
baum, President; B. Rosenblatt, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; S. Elfenbein, Treas- 
urer; E. Linker, Historian. 



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NAME PROGRAM 
COMMITTEE 



SITTING: R. Cunliffe, M. 
Drury, J. Placa. STAND- 
ING: E. Martin. 



C. C.U.N. 




The Collegiate Council for the United Nations is 
a national organization which seeks to present, discuss, 
and solve problems currently before the United Na- 
tions. The club accomplishes these goals through 
model Security Council and General Assembly ses- 
sions. Off-campus conferences with C. C.U.N, members 
from other colleges supplement the meetings of the 
organization. 



FIRST ROW: H. Blatt, M. Witherelk 
Treasurer. SECOND ROW: E. Cam- 
pana, C. Zotta, Vice-President; R. 
Loeb, President. STANDING: M. Dor- 
mer, J. Hynes, S. Kopeck)', J. Bowers, 
K. Meeks, M. Mayoracz, E. Kulick, 
A. Baiera, D. Licks, M. Mailer. 



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FRENCH CLUB 



L. Sagata, M. Savage, S. Morgan, P. 
Brady. 



MATH CLUB 




FIRST ROW: S. Gerber, J. Kreuger, C. De- 
Salvo, C. Marinelli, M. Porcello. SECOND 
ROW: J. Placa, T. Krulikowski, A. Grove. 



SCIENCE CLUB 




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SITTING: K. Pawlikowski, Corresponding Secretary; C. Gorostiaga, D. Hansen, Vice-Presi- 
dent; P. Weinert, C. Pompei, Recording Secretary; L. Vanliew, H. Zabel, Treasurer. STAND- 
ING: L. Toj-now, President; R. Levine, B. Vitiello, C. Hoag, Public Relations. 




The Industrial Arts Association 
represents Newark State College at 
industrial arts functions, extends to 
the public an understanding of in- 
dustrial arts as a part of general 
education, and provides a liaison 
between the students and adminis- 
tration in the Industrial Arts De- 
partment. 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS ASSOCIATION 




R. Abram, President; Mr. M. Van Nest, Advisor; T. Markewich, Vice- 
President; R. Rossow, Secretaiy; B. Kerudrick, Treasurer. 



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THEATER GUILD 



The members of the Theater Guild strive to develop 
and perfect their acting ability. They are also interested 
in becoming skillful in the technicalities of play produc- 
tion. 

Their most recent productions included Shakespeare's 
"The Taming of the Shrew," and "The Adding Machine" 
by Elmer Rice. The former play was performed outdoors, 
in the courtyard of the Keane Library. "The Adding Ma- 
chine," a truly outstanding production, proved the merits 
of this organization. 






FIRST ROW: P. Restino, H. Fuss, V. Canis, S. Weisbrot, B. Cohen, Secretary; P. Green- 
grove, President; M. Kastmer, Treasurer; M. LobdeU, B. Davidson, A. Novello, J. Vance. SEC- 
OND ROW: K. Hartmann, L. French, P. Kellett, L. Impagliatelli, D. Donohue, D. Orosz, C. 
Morahan, M. Noyes, C. Harrigan, G. Kurtzer, D. Battaglini. THIRD ROW: J. Kumpf, V. 
Andreski, E. Bash, G. Yanclowitz, J. Penrin, G. Gernert, A. Salerno, W. Swindell. FOURTH 
ROW: R. Litowchak, J. Umansky, D. Wald, T. Nicol, Mrs. Fry, Advisor. 




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WAPALANNE CLUB 



The Wapalanne Club was organized to provide 
opportunities for its members to get first-hand 
experiences in the ways of outdoor living. Its 
goals are achieved through many weekends spent 
out-of-doors hiking, skating, and camping in 
Stokes State Forest and other recreational areas. 





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L. Burkhardt, Corresponding; J. Pierce, Historian; F. Wright, Treasurer; W. 
Downey, President; B. Kendrick, Vice-President. 



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SITTING: H. Foraer, Mrs. E. Coston, Adviser. STANDING: J. Cook, 
A. Eisenberg, P. Hunt, S. Kenworthy, J. Massa, L. Rizzo, M. Peterson, 
M. Costello, C. Wallden, C. Lakomy, H. Newsham, L. McKelvy, J. 
Weston, G. Karmazyn, J. Oliveira, J. Wildenhain, R. Bertino, K. Jacobus, 
L. Brask, J. Ackerman. 



MADRIGALS 



The Madrigal Singers, a recently formed vocal 
group, has become a permanent member of New- 
ark State's musical organizations. Composed of 
women's voices, the Madrigal Singers specialize 
in religious and secular choral music of the Ren- 
aissance and Baroque periods. They perform 
throughout the year at many on and off- campus 
functions. 




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HI -LOWS 




Newark State's official musical representatives are the 
Hi-Lows. This group, comprised of thirty male and female 
voices, tours the State, entertaining at various musical func- 
tions. Their repertoire consists of a variety of songs, and 
their performances are superb. 




SITTING: R. Reskow. 
STANDING: J. Gantly, J. 
Ohlandt, A. Eisenberg, E. 
Gantly, C. Sherlimg, M. 
Meneghin, J. Massa, K. 
Lowalczyk, C. Lakoiny, B. 
Snell, J. Kumpf, A. Silver- 
man, R. Weber, V. Zar- 
zycki, M. Pearson, S. Haz- 
ell. MISSING, Mr. J. Piatt, 
Advisor. 



ORCHESTRA 




SITTING: G. Lombardo. STANDING: L. Samartin, P. Casey, M. Noyes, 
P. Dolinich, W. Dolinich, L. Haley, J. Gaudy, V. Zarzycki, M. Breslin. 
MISSING: Dr. J. Dorsey, Directox. 



CHORUS 




SITTING: C. Lakomy. STANDING: H. Hirechfeld, M. Gurchak, E. Trucks, K. Jacobus, C. 
Roeber, E. Gantly, M. Peterson, R. Bertino, P. Partlow, L. Richards, B. Marturana, M. Sedita, 
C. Mant, G. Karmazyn, A Gunther, M. Bonner, M. Meneghin, A. Boucek, G, Rapp, H. Ben- 
jamin, J. Ohlandt. MISSING: Dr. R. Latherow, Director. 



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RENATA CLUB 







In 1959 the Renata Club was 
organized to provide a medium 
through which students over 25 
could discuss college matters per- 
tinent to themselves and also par- 
ticipate in student affairs. They 
undertake charitable projects as 
well as academic. Renata has taken 
its place as an active, interested 
asset to the body of Newark State 
organizations. 






SITTING: Y. Levine, S. Wimmer, J. Seaman, Recording Secretary; 
B. Clark, Vice-President; M. Porter, President; E. Barr, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; I. Lindsay, B. Teltser, T. Gelfond. STANDING: J. 
Hynes, J. Jones, R. Ciccone, S. Feldman, M. Kalb, N. Kalish, I. Polo- 
sky, H. Rose, D. Curreri, J. Sulva. 



MODERN DANCE CLUB 



Girls with an interest in modern dance find in this 
organization the opportunity to perfect and share their 
abilities in interpretive dancing. Rhythms from classical to 
rock 'n roll are studied and danced. Several performances 
are staged annually by the club, which not only provide 
satisfaction for its members but also increase the knowledge 
of N.S.C. students in this area. 




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KAPPA DELTA PI 




Dr. R. Garb, Advisor; J. McBlain, Vice-President; F. Conte, President; A. Eis- 
enberg, Treasurer; J. Weston, Corresponding Secretary. 



Kappa Delta Pi, the national honor society 
in education, is represented at Newark State 
by Delta Rho Chapter. The purpose of the so- 
ciety is to promote a high degree of intellectual 
achievement and professional leadership ability. 



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I. F. S. C. 




The Inter-Fraternity-Sorority Council is an administrative 
body composed of representatives of each fraternity and sorority 
on campus. The main purpose of the Council is to promote har- 
monious relationships between the fraternities and sororities. 
Activities sponsored by this Council include an annual all-college 
dance, the Coronation Ball, at which the I.F.S.C. Queen is 
crowned. Moreover, the organization offers a scholarship an- 
nually to a sophomore or junior sorority or fraternity member 
on the basis of professional promise and leadership ability. 




S. Kopecky, C. Lakorny, V. 
Butler, J. Stasi, K. Meeks, 
President; L. Mesenazos, A. 
Ventola, L. Ciambelli, J. 
Iozzi. 





Weda Gilmore, Irene Cruz, Lucille Pace, Bev- 
erly Horn. 







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Alpha Theta Pi is primarily a service 
organization which performs one major 
service deed a year. In addition, the sisters 
traditionally hold a Theater Party, Initia- 
tion Dinner, and an Alumni Dinner. 

The sorority colors were changed this 
year to orchid and white, but the loyalty 
of the girls of Alpha Theta Pi will never 
change, for it is founded in a justifiable 
pride in their sorority. 



FIRST ROW: M. Sabatino, L. Polsinelli, J. Struble, J. DiAntanio, M. Gulkin. SECOND ROW: 
V. Feiere, D. MacAlpine, J. Wanner, L. Metcalf, R. Maglio, J. Fabisak, E. Bednar, M. With- 
erell, J. Bush, R. Haiid, P. Partelow. THIRD ROW: J. Surman, M. Mahan, A. Stoll, C. Zim- 
menmann, M. Johnson, J. Bator, A. Gurdak, C. Roth, H. Fuss, P. Milano, E. Wright, J. Mazza, 
F. Mueller, M. Scrimmager, J. Wildenhain, G. Roth, M. Oliveira, R. Love. 




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FIRST ROW: P. DiGeralimo, M. Fava, A. Weiss, Treasurer; C. Lakomy, B. Horn, Recording 
Secretary; M. Palmieri, President; C. Juliano, Vice-President; G. Loinbardo, Corresponding 
Secretary; J. DeNoia, Historian; K. Rice, J. Treglio, M. Pettit, E. Grippi. SECOND ROW: S. 
Laitola, B. Jankowski, N. McGnath, E. Merkel, M. Mittricker, M. Haley, K. Perry, B. Marino, 
E. Hoesel, J. Post, C. Nutter, T. Csengery, T. Hogenmuller, J. Vach, K. Knecht, L. Knecht, 
L. DeStefano, J. Murray, C. Minasiam, P. Dclinich, G. Knecht, J. Shades, J. Krueger, D. Ben- 
enziano, E. Trucks, J. Vertelis. 



The sisters of Beta Delta Chi endeavor "to 
further our aim to become teachers by work- 
ing together in civic and academic activities.'' 
Thanksgiving baskets for the needy, Christ- 
mas gifts and an Easter Egg Hunt for orphans 
are part of the functions of this group. 

Through participation in the activities of 
their sorority, the members of Beta Delta Chi 
have come to realize the spirit of sisterhood. 



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FIRST ROW: M. Sedita, P. Greengrove, J. Basso, S. Elbert, A. Marks, President; A. Belfiore, 
Vice-President; E. Bonacorso, M. ELmy, H. Bordash, P. Sherwen. SECOND ROW: M. Savage, 
D. Greer, P. Kesheneff, K. Unice, M. Dougherty, P. Gaynor, D. Cucuzzella, C. Harrigan, L. 
Denman, J. Gould, S. Karnick, J. Reitz, C. Frank, K. Quirk, H. Eclcrich. 




A relative newcomer among sororities, Chi Delta 
has taken its place along with the well-established 
organizations of Newark State. This is undoubtedly 
due to the spirit of the members who pursue its dual 
purpose of service and friendship through and after 
college years. 

With such goals, it is no wonder the sisters of Chi 
Delta are proud of their membership in this sorority. 



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FIRST ROW: M. Eisenberg, Recording Secretary; B. Rosenblatt, Historian; E. Ravo, R. Bleck- 
ner, Vice-President; S. Wallin, President; J. Wright, Corresponding Secretary, C. Rieman, 
H. Hirschfeld, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: M. Nomberg, A. Levy, S. Gerber, M. Shapanka, R. 
Denman, I. Zevin, M. Haper, L. Adelsohn, D. Greenfarb, I. Sobel, S. Sutsky, M. Fidel, P. 
Keller, P. Steinberg, M. Naren, K. Glassman. 



The chief purposes of Delta Sigma Pi Sorority are 
Charity and Sociability. The sisters achieve these through 
a Charity Drive and organizational parties. Their annual 
functions include a Mother-Daughter Dinner, a Theater 
Party, Bowling, and a Skating Party. Through their many 
activities, the sisters of Delta Sigma Pi experience the 
friendships and pleasures that are the essence of a so- 
rority. 



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FIRST ROW: C. Wallden, R. Gerace, J. Vance, J. Stamer, C. Davenport, G. Rutler, P. Welsh, 
C. Mant, E. Paroly, L. Krchnacek, L. Rizzo, L. Richards. SECOND ROW: L. Lee, J. Opp, L. 
Giordano, E. Gantly, D. Flanagan, R. McCabe, A. Wright, B. Dick, J. Weston, E. McCarthy, A. 
Gunther, I. Herman, N. Kohl, K. Pawlikowski, B. Hrehowesik, B. Gelcius, F. Wright. 



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The tradition of Kappa Epsilon includes the under- 
graduate sorority and an alumni chapter. Their con- 
stitution states their purpose: to encourage friendship 
among students; complement college life by partici- 
pating in academic and social activities; and contribute 
service to charitable organizations outside college life. 

The sisters of Kappa Epsilon fulfill these purposes 
through various social and charitable activities. They 
have earned a reputation as a close, friendly group en- 
joying the true sisterhood of sorority members. 




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Lambda Chi Rho, the newest sorority on campus, 
bases its name upon its motto, "Leadership Creates 
Responsibility." Fulfillment of the motto is attained 
by the sorority's ambition to complement college life 
with participation in academic and social functions. 
Moreover, the members contribute their services to 
charitable organizations in order to aid the community. 

Although Lambda Chi Rho has been at Newark 
State only a year, the girls are well on their way to- 
ward the development of a permanent sorority with 
a worthwhile tradition. 







FIRST ROW: E. Schoen, C. Breyta, J. Hirtzell, E. Fabrizio, D. Langley, L. Mercuro, L. Kane, 
M. Stiso, P. Mytrowitz. SECOND ROW: P. Kroeger, N. Kaes, S. Scott, N. Yanger, M. Sullivan, 
C. Blohm, Vice-President; J. Mayer, President; A. Fox, Secretary; S. LaVere, Treasurer; E. 
Campana, J. Counihan, A. McDevitt, C. Otlawski. THIRD ROW: J. Iozzi, C. Autenrieth, 
J. Kaminsky, M. Natella, B. Crten, B. Weagley, K. Pressler, S. Worsky, J. Gregus, R. Lusk, G. 
Guiler, W. Wiesner, M. GaJasso, E. Jankunas, J. Farley, R. Novak, P. Greeley, V. Primamore, 
A. Freda, S. Randazza, E. Gorman, M. Genis, J. SulovsJci. 




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The brothers of Nu Sigma Phi are proud of a twenty- 
three year tradition as a fraternity at Newark State Col- 
lege. They strive to instill a feeling of lasting comradeship 
among members, regardless of race, color, or creed, and 
to cultivate their potentialities both as active participants 
in campus life and future educators. 

In their fraternal activities, as well as in their inter- 
action with campus organizations, the members of Nu 
Sigma Phi enjoy all the true brotherhood and companion- 
ship a fraternity can offer. 




FIRST ROW: B. Werner, R. Spinella, J. Masterson, R. Foley, President; Mr. F. Darte, Advisor; 
P. Capezza, Secretary; K. Meeks, Treasurer; V. Miraindi, R. Rossow. SECOND ROW: J. Stasi, 
D. Licks, E. Jajosky, R. Levine, J. Bowers, T. McGoohan, R. Mclntyre, R. Dotmbrowski, T. 
Chamberlain, R. Damashek, T. Reilly, W. Downey, W. Kendrick, N. Branin, A. Kierman, T. 
Krulikowski, D. Moore, E. Coutant, D. Williams. 





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Nu Sigma Tan, one of the first sororities on campus, 
was established in 1940. Its name was based upon the 
school's original name, Newark State Teachers. The so- 
rority purports to create friendly relationships between 
its members, provide social activities, and carry on con- 
structive projects in and outside of college. 

'The activities of Nu Sigma Tan include parties, 
dances, hayrides, dinners, and visits to orphanages and 
homes for the aged. 

The sisters of Nu Sigma Tan are known for their 
cheeriness, friendship, and the enjoyment they derive 
from sorority activities. 



FIRST ROW: M. Rutin, N. Bade, M. Stephanik, |. Horton, A. Lello, P. McEnroe. SECOND 
ROW: V. Horsefield, P. Zboyan, M. Ackers, 15. Snell, M. Gray, |. Gerhardt, President; E. 
Apalinski, M. Polny, A. Pizza, L. Mindscalchi, C. Gomez. THIRD ROW: E. Marshall, K. Mc- 
Cole, K. Walsh, K. Keenan, C. Reddington, S. Goldate, F. Mersitz, C. Judson, M. Kre.s.s, S. 
Fillipone, R. Gotch, L. Mesenazos, C. Sunnabend, M. Kunka, R. Leake, 1.. Burkhardt, J. 
Volgler. 





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Nu Theta Chi, one of the oldest sororities at Newark 
State, seeks to encourage friendship and sociability 
among students. The closeness and loyalty of the sis- 
ters to their sorority and its ideals is admirable. 

The song traditionally a part of the induction ban- 
quet, is symbolic of the ideals of Nu Theta Chi. 

"Each candle lights anew 
The flame of friendship true. 
The joys we've had in knowing you 
Will last our ivhole life through." 






FIRST ROW: K. Goldfarb, S. Markwell, D. Hlavaka, B. Santanello, Recording Secretary; M. 
Lombardo, President; J. Schwartz, Vice-President; G. Giordano, Corresponding Secretary-; 
P. Silveira, Treasurer; A. Powers, A. Corbo, S. Graziano, M. Davies. SECOND ROW: J. 
Gantly, B. Renart, C. Grebe, B. Gibson, M. Mayoracz, G. Hutchinson, L. Pace, J. Merbo, 
P. Neuhaus, R. Sadowski, J. Edmonds, G. Del Sordi, J. Zawrotnak, N. Swanson, D. Laven- 
burg, L. Clark, C. Denelowitz, M. Baivosa, N. Velucci, B. Zajac. 





FIRST ROW: S. Rosenberg, R. Getszelder, C. Cohen, B. Levine, R. Licht, A. Bier- 
baum. SECOND ROW: M. Starlcman, D. Silberman, S. Bornstein, F. Greenfield, 
President; S. Bergman, J. Abrahamson, L. Kemper, S. Share. 



Omega Phi Sorority endeavors to provide edu- 
cational and social experiences for its members. 

During the school year the sisters of Omega 
Phi participate in charitable activities as well as 
social functions at Newark State. They have a 
program of events for alumni as well as present 
members. 



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FIRST ROW: A. Freund, J. Michaels, M. Lichtenberg, 
S. Sherman, P. Marger, D. Krouk, President; E. Meltzer, 
E. Lessin, E. Ehrenberg, E. Stromfeld, C. Barton. SEC- 
OND ROW: L. Wayne, L. Miraglia, C. Brooks, E. Tur- 
ner, L. Schwartz, L. Colton, J. Janoff, Mrs. Lowe, Ad- 
visor; M. Gillanella, C. Kimmel, B. Eisenstodt, I. Jason, 
A. Eisenberg, E. Moskowitz, P. Devanney. 



Pi Eta Sigma seeks to develop within its 
members a spirit of cooperation and assist- 
ance in their social and cultural development. 
In addition, the girls of Pi Eta Sigma partici- 
pate in many traditional events — a Theater 
Party, Father and Daughter Square Dance, 
Mother's Day Dinner, and other activities 
which highlight each year. 

The goals of Pi Eta Sigma are admirable; 
the girls are proud of them and of their mem- 
bership in this sorority. 



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The sisters of Rho Theta Tau know the pleasure 
and satisfaction that can be achieved through their 
sorority, and they are proud of the spirit of sisterhood 
that it manifests. 

The sisters strive to combine charitable and social 
functions in their yearly program by including skating 
parties, a parents' banquet, and financial support to 
orphans. 

This combination of activities and the spirit in 
which the sisters enjoy it are manifested in the first 
line of their sorority song, "Happy are the days we 
spend together in RHO THETA TAU." 




FIRST ROW: M. Costello, J. Berard, J. Ricca, M. Ascione, D. Stratta, M. Bacsenko, D. Mon- 
aco, E. Nero, A. DeMartino, P. Lupo. SECOND ROW: C. Carlucci, I. Sturm, M. Drury, C. 
DeSalvo, Treasurer; E. Maher, Recording Secretary; M. Sainz, President; M. Lavanco, Vice- 
President; E. Corcoran, Historian; J. McConnell, Corresponding Secretary; P. Madeo, S. La- 
Salvia. THIRD ROW: A. Bartell, J. Tedesco, A. DeRose, H. Kocerha, N. Wade, D. Donohue, 
E. Malanga, A. Ventola, A. Custode, B. Amiano, A. Falco, S. Ferarra, G. CiaUello, K. Cola, C. 
Befumo, N. Firetto, C. Catanzairo, F. Conte, L. DeMartino, N. Bottita, C. CedoJe, P. Trabalik, 
L. CiambeUi, M. Cenova, J. Brown. 




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FIRST ROW: P. Boyle, C. Aveima, B. Kukora, K. Sjonell, R. Salles, P. Restino, President; G. 
Serio, P. Brady, J. Rispoli,, J. Wiggins. SECOND ROW: C. Brauuer, M. Hazior, D. Lenz, 
K. Wighardt, A. Greco, C. Zaccone, D. Niziolek, P. Cobb, N. Phipps, C. Zach, K. Kumpf, M. 
Quinn, Dr. A. Hansen, Advisor; N. Serina, C. Jaworovvski, G. Vuschak, C. Kopecky, I. Cico- 
lese, I. Maynard, P. Cole, K. Hartmanin, M. Bonner, I. Maren. 



The sisters of Sigma Beta Chi participate in 
charitable projects, social functions, and serv- 
ice activities both on and off campus. Slumber 
parties, Theater parties, banquets, ushering, 
and Christmas charity work are part of their 
annual program. 

The loyalty of the girls of Sigma Beta Chi 
is evident in their sorority song: 

"Be this our only pledge — 
Eternal sisterhood. 
To thee we raise our glass on high 
Hail! Siiima Beta Chi!" 




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FIRST ROW: E. Martin, G. Kunka, D. O'Reilly, G. Sica, J. Dowling, S. Kopecky, L. 
Duffy, R. Mann. SECOND ROW: C. Zotta, J. Placa, T. Petren, A. Grove, R. Conway, 
J. Hyn.es, F. Gilsdorf, Advisor; A. Horun, A. Lundgren, R. Schaffer, R. Litowchak, R. 
Reskow. THIRD ROW: R. Leibenow, J. Salcach, A. Amodio, R. Rurst, G. Miller, R. 
Gilligan, J. Kumpf, J. Sulva, E. Keating, R. Sepe, C. Marmelli, P. DiCorcia, R. Melvin, 
W. Kennedy, H. Bopp, R. Perracco, G. Hooker, D. Petreccelli, F. Alves, R. Lock, L. 
Saimartin, R. Meisenbacher, J. Spector. 



Sigma Beta Tau Fraternity is in its fifth year 
of existence at Newark State. The motto of 
the organization is: Service-Brotherhood-Trust. 
The brothers endeavor to fulfill their principles 
through service to the school and the commu- 
nity. A Christmas party for orphans and dona- 
tions to the Blood Bank exemplify their commu- 
nity spirit. Athletic activities, parties, and dances 
are held within the fraternity. 

The brothers of Sigma Bet Tau, in their spirit 
and attitude, truly manifest the service, brother- 
hood, and trust implied in their motto — a mani- 
festation and a motto of which they can be 
proud. 



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Sigma Kappa Phi, established in 1938, is the oldest 
sorority at Newark State. The name is derived from 
the sorority motto: Sincerity, Cooperation, and Friend- 
ship. These are ideals which the girls strive to carry 
out in their everyday living. 

The sisters of Sigma Kappa Phi represent many 
class levels and curricula, yet diey have attained a 
closeness and harmony as a sorority which is a source 
of pleasure and pride to them. 



FIRST ROW: C. Schroek, C. Heddan, T. Harrer, P. Hunt, M. Delia Valle, Vice-President; 
J. Parelli, President; E. Boiler, Recording Secretary; M. Bullock, Treasurer; J. Ziskind, J, 
Longarzo, B. Eory. SECOND ROW: B. Bass, J. Cook, C. Poranski, Corresponding Secretary; 
O. Ceres, M. Kastner, M. Anes, N. Alfano, C. Stumpf, M. Carroll, R. Zygmontovvicz, D. 
Brenman, I. Cruz, P. Noyes. 




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The brothers of Sigma Theta Chi strive to 
promote comradeship and friendship both 
within their fraternity and within the college. 
Their activities include social and athletic 
events. 

Sigma Theta Chi makes a conscious effort 
to bind together all classes and curricula in 
fraternal brotherhood and friendship. 




FIRST ROW: A. Castucci, J. Dugan, M. Porcella, J. Vitiello, C. Lovallo, F. Marzarelk, R. 
Revere, E. Rloek, J. Rebech, J. Lupo, G. Krotenberg. SECOND ROW: J. Hovance, R. Lordi, 
L. AJtieri, F. Pannorfi, Recording Secretary; V. Merlo, Treasurer; J. Conte, President; Dr. J. 
Errington, Advisor; T. Markewicn, Vice-President; M. Kamerman, Corresponding Secretary; 
K. Kann, R. Sullivan, T. Kuc. THIRD ROW: W. McLcod, E. Schlaiupitz, L. Padelino, D. 
Harris, R. Stankowitz, G. Lickly, R. Connelli, G. Habedamk, J. Greene, J. Wilkes, R. Abram, 
V. Andoreski, D. Faneera, J. Raldwin, F. Ball, D. Danker, R. Graher, J. Moore, R. Barone, R. 
Sauer, M. Poremba, R. Rumage, R. Tedesco. 





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The shows and splendor of Broadway 
came to Newark State this spring, sym- 
bolized in the Spring Carnival. Booths 
decorated to represent various stage plays 
and musicals offered games of skill, 
prizes, and an assortment of things to eat. 

The efforts of the students in creating 
and operating the carnival were reward- 
ed not only with success but also with the 
spirit of friendship and cooperation 
which is the result of working together. 



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It has become a tradition at Newark State to sponsor an 
evening of musical entertainment featuring a popular con- 
temporary artist or group. This year the (.'had Mitchell Trio, 
a highly talented group that combines the finest folk songs 
of the past with pungent musical comments on the world of 
today, appeared at N.S.C. under the co-sponsorship of the 
Student Council and the College Center Hoard. 



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EMILY FRANKEL DANCE GROUP 




COLLEGE CENTER 

BOARD 

ACTIVITIES 



PETE SEEGER 




CORNELIA STABLER 




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LECTURE SERIES 



Five years ago the Lecture Series began at Newark 
State College. Its intention was to present before the stu- 
dents of the college, speakers who would interest them, 
and also challenge and expand their intellectual scope. 
This year Norman Cousins, John Ciardi, Virgilia Peter- 
son, and Paul Goodman addressed the student body in a 
series of interesting and thought-provoking lectures. 





JOHN CIARDI 



NORMAN COUSINS 



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VIRGILIA PETERSON 



PAUL GOODMAN 




SI [TING: G. Giordano, L. Pace, J. 
Edmonds. STANDING: L. Feinstein, 
M. A. Lombarilo. 



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WHITEMAN HALL 



HARRIET E. WHITEMAN 




In May, Whiteman Hall, the first dormitory at Newark 
State, was officially dedicated to Doctor Harriet Whiteman, 
former Dean of Students at the College. The residence hall, 
which has a capacity of one hundred and fifty women, has 
made it possible for students from distant areas to attend 
the college. Perhaps the most significant aspect of White- 
man Hall, however, is that it is the beginning of an expan- 
sive program of growth which is taking place at Newark 
State and which will result in a richer campus life. 



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FOREIGN STUDENTS 




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AVEDIS AYVANZIAN 
Mr. Avedis Ayvanzian is a freshman at Newark 
State in the Seienee curriculum. His home is in 
Egypt. 




IRENE CRUZ 
Miss Irene Cruz is a graduate student 
from Brazil. She majored in history, 
English, and geography in her native 
country. 



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MILCA MAYORAZ 

Graduating with the senior class of Newark 
State is Miss Milca Mayoraz. Milca, who is from 
Argentina, is a Secondary English major. 








SPORTS 



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FIRST ROW: R. Conforti, P. Light, J. Malvarez, E. Gantly, President; 
L. Krchnacek, Secretary; A. Gunther, E. Demko, Historian; C. Brueck- 
ner, J. Sherman, Y. Ferguson, Miss N. Smith, Executive Board Ad- 
visor; L. Mollica. 



W.R.A. 





The Women's Recreation Association is dedicated to 
the purpose of furthering athletic interests and activi- 
ties for all Newark State College women according to 
the highest and soundest standards of sports and recre- 
ation. Automatic membership for all women is ob- 
tained upon enrollment at the college. 



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FENCING 



Under the direction of Mr. James Day, the 
Newark State Fencing Squad endeavors to be- 
come more skillful in the ancient art and modern 
sport of fencing. 




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M.A.A. 



The Men's Athletic Association promotes a broad- 
based program of athletic activities at Newark State. 
It coordinates all sports activities and encourages 
greater participation in intra-mural sports. All var- 
sity and intra-mural sports are under the jurisdiction 
of the MAA. This year the organization was respon- 
sible for raising bowling and golf to varsity level. 
An integral part of the program of the Men's Ath- 
letic Association is its stress on honesty and good 
sportsmanship. 



SITTING: B. Kennedy, Vice-President; C. Marinelli, President; V. Merlo, Corresponding Sec- 
retary. STANDING: B. Conway, Junior Class Representative; P. Minarchenko, Freshman Class 
Representative; R. Sullivan, Junior Class Representative; Dr. J. Errington, Advisor; C. Abrams, 
Senior Class Representative; G. Kunka, Sophomore Class Representative. 



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FIRST ROW: R. Melvin, J. Dowling, J. Angelone, K. Nagele. SECOND ROW: 
B. Gibbons, A. Horun, R. Gilligan, H. Richkowski, D. Diggs, L. Duffy, G. 
Kunka, B. Grier. THIRD ROW: C. Marinelli, Captain; M. Barbas, I'.. Bonaviti- 
cola, P. Minarchenko. MISSING: Coaches Dr. J. Errington and R. Zolkiewicz. 






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An integral part of Newark Stale's sports lineup is the sinter team. 
The determination of the team and the spirit it lias developed is ad- 
mirable. Despite the loss of many valuable Seniors, the Squires can 
look forward to an exciting season next year with a strong group of 
experienced underclassmen. 



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BOWLING 




The Newark State Bowling Team 
has continued to manifest the out- 
standing performance which dis- 
tinguished it last year as one of the 
best bowling teams in the area. This 
year it was raised to the level of a 
varsity sport. As a participant in 
the Eastern Inter-Collegiate Bowl- 
ing Conference, The State College 
Tournament, and the Association 
of College Union Tournaments, the 
bowling team has made its mark as 
a powerful contender in the local 
sports world. 




FIRST ROW: D. O'Reilly, J. \ alii. SEC- 
OND ROW: C. Marinelli, A. Ruffini, M 

Porcello. 






BASKETBALL 



The Squires finished its season with the best winning 
percentage it has had in the past five years. The team 
and the coach, William La Russo, deserve congratulations 
for a strong season. An exciting campaign is expected 
next year with the return of several Senior strongmen and 
experienced underclassmen. 







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WILLIAM LA RUSSO 
Coach 




VARSITY 



FIRST ROW: F. Eskra, W. Guerin, T. Kuc, A. Urbanik, D. Chinchar, J. 
Wilkes. SECOND ROW: J. Chilakos, D. Diggs, F. Ball, G. Kunka, H. 
Schmid, W. Kennedy. 









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VARSITY 



CARL MARINELLI 

Coach 



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ANGELO CALLEGHER 




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FIRST ROW: A. Ruffini, A. Callegher. 
SECOND ROW: K. Tucker, A. Lund- 
gren, A. Horun. 




GOLF 



With the advent of Spring, the New- 
ark State goiters took to the links. Com- 
peting in an eleven match schedule, the 
golf team is nuclei the direction of Mr. 
Zweidinger. 





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Coach 



TENNIS TEAM 
CANDIDATES 



The tennis team, although a recent addition to Newark State's ath- 
letic groups, has undertaken a twelve match schedule this year. Sen- 
ior letterman, Doug Licks, headed the squad and Mr. Zweidinger 
coached it through this season. 



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FIRST ROW: J. Sakach, J. Basile, J. Tomaselli, V. Merlo, J. Cluck, J. Turn, 
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van, B. Kennedy, C. Behringer, L. Ragonese, C. Kunka, B. Crier, J. Valvano, 
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DR. J. W. RENDELL 

College Librarian 




JOHN O'MEARA 

Curriculum Materials Consultant 




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Pentecost, M. Witherell, T. 
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TED KETSULES 
Food Service Director 



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P. Hyla, E. Heide, F. Henley, D. Centolanza, 
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FRAN HENLEY 

Snack Bar Manager 




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STAFF 



GERALD ANDERS 

Book Store Manager 




G. Kunka, C. Auriemma, W. Gonday, E. R. Kantor, 
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man F. Camellie, Carpenter. SECOND ROW: C. 
Toth, Painter, A. Soricello, Mechanic; II. Lieveld, 
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KENNETH R. BENSON 

Senior Class Advisor 



Dr. Kenneth Benson has become a member 
of the Class of 1963 in its Senior year. As Senior 
Class Advisor, he has shown a great deal of en- 
thusiasm for all the activities which the Class 
has undertaken. 

His warm friendship and jovial personality- 
has added to the unfailing "Party Class" spirit. 



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DIRECTORY 



STUDENTS 



ABRAM, LEROY "CLEM" 

146 Linden Avenue, Springfield, New Jersey 

Sigma Theta Chi 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4, 
lent 4; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 1; Li 

ship Conference Participant 4. 

ABRAMSON, JESSICA FARBER 

Northcross Towers, 8F, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Transfer from Emerson College; Omega Phi 3, 4, Record- 
ing Secretary 4. 

MacALPINE, DIANE LEE 

64 Raritan Road, Linden, New J< rsey 

Alpha Theta Pi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 4; Alethian Club 2; 

French Club 2; Communications Committee 2. 

ALVES, FRANK 

26 Skyview Road, Bloomfield, New Jersey 

Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Industrial Arts 
Association. 3, 4; MAA 1, 2, 3; Soccer Team 3, 4; Leader- 
ship Conference Participant 3, Planning Committee 4; 
IFS Coronation Ball Chairman 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 

ALTSCHULER, KAREN 

32 Porter Road, West Orange, New Jersey 

Transfer from American University; Omega Phi 3, 4. 

AMATRUDI, GLORIA DIANE 

461 Jauncey Avenue, Lyndhurst, New Jersey 

Sigma Beta Chi 2, 3, 4, Pleuge Mistress 3; IFS Council 
4; ACE-SNJEA 4; NSA 4; Social Committee 1, 2; WRA 
1, 2; Modern Dance Group 1, 2; Leadership Conference 
Participant 3; Planning Committee 4. 

ANES, MARY JANE 

531 Cherry Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Sigma Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 4; Newman 
Club 1, 4; WRA 1, 2; Carnival Committee 2; Chorus 1. 

ANTONTEWICZ, FRANK JOSEPH 

352 E. Milton Avenue, Rahway, New Jersey 

Kappa Delta Pi 4; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4; Renata 
Club 2, 3, 4. 

ARNOLD, ELIZABETH FRIEDMAN 

2 Templeton Arms, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

INDEPENDENT 1; ACE-SNJEA 3; WRA 1, 2; Carnival 
Committtee 3. 

ASCIONE, MARIE SUSAN 

37 Waldo Avenue, Bloomfield, New Jersey 

IFS Council 4; Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; 

Newman Club 1; Guides Club 1, 2. 

ASHFIELD, DIANE MARIE 

588 Andress Terrace, Union, New Jersey 

Hi-Lows 1, 3, 4; Choir 3, Vice-President 3; Aleithian Club 
1, 2; Opera Guild 4. 

ASHWORTH, ROBERT JAMES 

646 Riverside Drive, Neptune, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 1, 2. 



BAIERA, ANN 

149 Valley View Road, Hillside, New Jersey 

Newman Club 3, 4; WRA 1; Carnival Committee 3, 4; 

CCUN 3, 4. 

BARTLETT, TOM 

269 Bay Avenue, Glen Ridge, New Jersey 

BASS, BETTE BERGMANN 

16F Bashford Avenue, Union, New Jersey- 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Sigma Kappa Phi 
2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 4; Campus Committee 3; Social 
Committee 1; Guides Club 1, 2; WRA 1; Chorus 3. 



BEDNAR, ELEANORE MARY 

97 Warwick Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Alpha Theta Pi 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4; ACE-SNJEA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 2, Cuides Club 1, 2. 

BERGER, PHYLLIS LOIS 

625 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, New Jersey 
ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. 

BERCMAN, ROCHELLE PACHMAN 

19 Pingry Place, Elizabeth, New Jersey 
Dean's List 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4. 

BERMAN, SUSAN JOY 

261 Ra>mond Court, South Orange, New Jersey 

IFS Council 3; Omega Phi 2, 3, 4, Nice-President 4, NSA 
1; Star of David Club 1. 

BLECKNER, RITA JOYCE 

1530 Maple Avenue, Hillside, New Jersey 

Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Norms Theater Guild 1, 2; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 
4; Guides Club 2; Chorus 1, 2; NSA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BOLLER, ELAINE HELEN 

1574 Porter Road, Union, New Jersey 

Sigma Kappa Phi 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4; ACE-SNJEA 
1, 4; Campus Committee' 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; 
Guides Club 1; WRA 1; Chorus 3. 

BORNSTEIN, SHIRLEY LANDOW 

357 Stuyvesant Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey 

Omega Phi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; INDEPENDEN I 1 

BOSMAN, ESTHER 

324 East Second Avenue, Roselk, New Jersey 
Tranfer from Pennsylvania State University. 

BOWERS, JON JAY 

400 Pierce Street, South Plainfield, New Jersey 

IFS Council 3; Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; 
NSA 4; Campus Committee 1; Wapalanne Club 1, 2; Al- 
pha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3. 

BRADLEY, CATHERINE 

118 East Colfax Avenue, Roselle Park, New Jersey 

BRANHAM, MIRIAM CARPERTER 
417 Adrianne Court, Orange, New Jersey 
ACE-SNJEA 4; Renata Club 3, 4. 

BRENNAN, DORIS 

134 South Stevens Avenue, South Amboy, New Jersey 

Sigma Kappa Phi 3, 4; Madrigals 2; Newman Club 1; 

Opera Workshop 4. 

BREWER, CONSTANCE JO 1 * 

304 Madison Hill Road, Clark, New Jersey 

MEMORABILIA 4. Photography Co-Editor 4; Aleithian 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2. President 3. Bible Studj 
Chairman 4; Leadership Conference 3; Madrigals 2 
Secretary 3. 

BROWN, JUDITH GOODWIN 
628A Cole Place, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Student Council 3; Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; 

Newman Club 1, 2; WRA 1, 2. 

Bl EHLER, ELVERA CAROL 

2789 Carol Road, Union, New Jersey 
Transfer from Douglass College. 

BURKHAHDT, LOIS 

289 Madison Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3. -1. ACE-SNJ1 \ 2, 1. Ueithian Club 
1 2; Wapalanne Club 3, 1, WRA 1, -, 3, 4, Tennis ream 
3, 4. 






BURRELL, JOAN 

72 Fair Street, East Orange, New Jersey 

Nu Lambda Kappa 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 3, President 
4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Leadership Conference 4. 

BUSH, JOANN TODD 

11 Hillcrest Road, Kearny, New Jersey 

Alpha Theta Pi 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; ACE- 
SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BUTLER, VIRGINIA ANN 

3 Mohawk Drive, Cranford, New Jersey 

IFS Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Kappa Epsilon 2, 3*, 
4, Vice-President 3, President 4; INDEPENDENT 1, 2; 
ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Treasurer 3; Campus Com- 
mittee 1, 2, 3, 4; Leadership Conference 4. 



CALLEGHER, ANGELO 

427 Central Avenue, Murray Hill, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Sigma Beta Tau 4; 
Norms Theater Guild 3, 4, Business Manager 4; Renata 
Club 4. 

CAPEZZA, PAUL THOMAS 

208 South Fifth Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 2, 3, 4; New- 
man Club 1; Campus Committee 2, 3; Wapalanne Club 1; 
MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 4; Carnival Committee 2. 

CARLE, BERNARDINE LANGENBACH 

Norms Theater Guild 1; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2; Aleithian 
Club 3. 

CARLUCCI, CAROL ANN 

33 Norwood Place, East Orange, New Jersey 

Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 4; Carnival Commit- 
tee 2, 3, 4. 

CARROLL, MARY JANE 

L813 Kerrigan Avenue, Union City, New Jersey 

Sigma Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Pledge Mistress 4; ACE- 
SNJEA 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 

1, 2; WRA 1; Carnival Committee 3; Chorus 1. 

CASEY, MARY KAY 

2 Stuart Terrace, West Orange, New Jersey 

WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 4; Social Committee 1, 2. 

CASTELLANO, ROBERT F. 

313 Third Avenue, Linden, New Jersey 

Transfer from Jersey City State College; Social Commit- 
tee 1, 2; Nu Sigma Phi 2; Carnival Committee 3. 

CATANZARO, CONCETTA EILEEN 

1 Gaycroft Drive, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 

Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4; Norms Theater Guild 2, 3; ACE- 
SNJEA 1, 2, 4; Newman Club 1; Wapalanne Club 1. 

CAVANAUGH, ALICE LOUISE 

8 Elberson Court, Union, New Jersey 

Transfer from Jersey Citv State College; ACE-SNJEA 4; 
NSA 4; Newman. Club 3, 4; Tennis Team 3, 4. 

CHAMBERS, ELAINE 

46 Shcpard Avenue, East Orange, New Jersey 

Alpha Theta Pi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 4; WRA 2; Cheer- 
leaders 3, 4; Chorus 3. 

CLEWIS, CHARLOTTE STAUB 

261 Wall Street, Metuchen, New Jersey 

Transfer Student; ACE-SNJEA 4; Math Club 3, 4. 

CONNELLY, JOHANNA CANGIALOSI 
65 Maitland Place, Garfield, New Jersey 

CONTE, FRANCES-JEAN 

323 John Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, President 4; Rho 
Thela Tau 2, 3, 4; NSA 1; Foreign Student Committee 

2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, President 4; Newman Club 
1; Guides Club 1; Wapalanne Club 1; Chorus 1; Leader- 
ship Conference 3. 



CONTE, JOHN JOSEPH 

45 Park Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 

IFS Council 3; Sigma Theta Chi 2, 3, 4, President 4; In- 
dustrial Arts Association 3, 4; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival 
Committee 3, 4. 

CONVERY, KATHRYN ANN 

403 Neville Street, Perth Amboy, New Jersey 

Transfer Student; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; 

Wapalanne Club 3; Carnival Committee 3, 4; CCUN 3, 4. 

COOK, MARY JANE 

618 Atlantic Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey 
Transfer from Monmouth College. 

COOK, ROBERTA 

96 Norwood Street, Newark, New Jersey 
Nu Lambda Kappa 2, 3, 4. 



CORBY, ROBERT 

Student Council 4; INDEPENDENT 4; 
4; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4. 



MEMORABILIA 



COUKOS, ELAINE WINIFRED 

730 Rahway Avenue, Westfield, New Jersey 

Transfer from Hofstra College; ACE-SNJEA 4. 

CRISTO, DOMINICK S. 

862 South 19th Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Sigma Theta Chi 3, 4; Guides Club 1, 2, 3; Industrial Arts 

Association 3, 4. 

CURRERI, DORIS BLANKENSHIP 

2103 Elizabeth Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 

Transfer from Southeast Missouri State College and Uni- 
versity of Tennessee; Renata Club 4. 



DAVENPORT, CAROL ILA 

10 Wendell Place, Clark, New Jersey 

Class Officer— Treasurer 2; Dean's List 1; IFS Council 4; 
Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Aleithian Club 1; Guides Club 1, 2; Math Club 3, 
4; Carnival Committee 3, 4. 

DAVIS, BARBARA GALE 

159 Day Avenue, New Market, New Jersey 

Renata Club 4. 

DEBUSKE, JEANETTE 

350 Jackson Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi % INDEPENDENT 
1; Norms Theater Guild 1; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2; Newman 
Club 1; Fine Arts Film Club 3, 4. 

DECHIARO, LOIS ANN 

67 Melwex Street, Belleville, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1; ACE-SNJEA 1; Newman Club 1; MEMO- 
RABILIA 4. 

DELMAN, ARLENE 

131 Princeton Road, Linden, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Social Committee 1, 2; WRA 1, 2. 

DEL SORDI, GENEVIEVE 

69 Smith Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Nu Theta Chi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 
1, 2; Social Committee 1; Guides Club 1, 2; Wapalanne 
Club 1. 

DEMARTINO, ANGELA JUDITH 

14 Marion Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 

Student Council 2, 3; Executive Committee Secretary 3; 
Dean's List 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Rho Theta Tau 2, 
3, 4, President 3; MEMORABILIA 4, Publicity Editor 4; 
ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Name Program 
Committee 4; Carnival Committee 2, 3, 4; Leadership 
Conference Participant 3, Planning Committee 4; Junior 
Prom Co-Chairman 3; Senior Class Dance Co-Chairman 4. 

DEMARTINO, LILLIAN ANGELA 

15 Cedar Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 

Kappa Delta Pi 4; Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4; MEMORA- 
BILIA 4, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1; Leadership Conference 4; Carnival Com- 
mittee 2; Communications Committee 1. 



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DKNNY, CAROLINE 

685 Garden Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; MEMORABILIA 
1; Newman Club 1; Traditions and Procedures Coi 
tee 4. 

DERASMO, LEONARD 
442 Fulton Street, Elizabeth, N< w Jersey 
Transfer from Union Junior College. 

DESTEFANO, LOR ETTA 

45 Fairview Place, Belleville, New Jersey 

Bi I i Delta Chi 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; 

Newman Club 1; Social Committee 1; Guides Club 2- 

WRA 2, 4. 

DICIROLAMO, PATRICIA 

52 Baldwin Place, Belleville, New Jersey 

Beta Delta Chi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1; Social Committee 2. 

DIMONT, GEORGE MICHAEL 

574 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey 
Industrial Arts Association 3, 4. 

DIVINEY, JUDITH ANNE 

1027 Grass-mere Avenue, Wanamassa, Anbury Park, New Jersey 
Newman Club 2; Guides Club 2. 

DONNARUMMA, MICHAEL G. 

34 Hillside Terrace, Irvington, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 4; Newman Club 4; Orchestra 4. 

DONOHUE, DARLENE KATHLEEN 

1984 Ernst Terrace, Union, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Modern Dance Croup 
1; Newman Club 1; Guides Club 1; Social Committee 2; 
Wapalanne Club 2; ACE-SNTEA 2; Norms Theater Guild 
2, 3, 4; Mental Health Play Groups 3; Rho Thcta Tau 3, 4. 

DRURY, MARY ELIZABETH 

79 Nichol Avenue, New Brunswick, New Jersey 

Student Council 2, 3, 4; Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4, Vice 
President 3, Sergeant at Amis 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2; Social Committee 1, 2, Recording 
Secretary 2; Guides Club 1, 2; Name Program Commit- 
tee 3, 4, Chairman 4; WRA 1, 2; Leadership Conference 3. 



EDISON, JILL PHYLLIS 

1 Lehigh Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 

Omega Phi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Chorus 4. 

EHRENBERG, ELLEN P. 

35 Watson Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 2; Fencing Team 
1; Modern Dance Group 1, 2; Carnival Committee 3. 

EISENBERG, ADELE MIRIAN 

137 Wilson Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 

Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Treasurer 4; IFS Council 4; Pi Eta 
Sigma 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3; Norms Theater 
Guild 1; ACE-SNJEA 2, 3; Social Committee 1; WRA 1; 
Carnival Committee 3; Madrigals 2, 3, 4; Ili-Lows 4; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Show. 

EISENSTODT, BARBARA 

1449 Munn Avenue, Hillside, N( w Jersey 

Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; INDEPENDENT 1; Social Com- 
mittee 1, 2; Wapalanne Club 1, 2; WRA 1; Carnival 
Committee 2, 3, 4. 

EORY, ELIZABETH ANN 

474 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick, Ni w Jersey 

Sigma Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Newman 
Club 1, 4; Social Committee 1, 2; Guides Club 1, 2. 



FABISAK, GERALDINE ELAINE 

184 Alexander Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; IFS Council 3; Alpha Theta Pi 2, 3, 4, 
President 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; NSA 1. 2, 3, 4; Car- 
nival Committee 3; Communications Committee 1, 2, 3. 



FANCERA, DONALD J. 

1495 Franklin Street, Hillside, New Jersey 

Sigma Theta Chi 3, 4; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4 
Vice-President 3. 

FELDMAN, SHIRLEY HERER 

2238 Morrison Avenue, Union, New Jersey 

Dean's List L 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3 

4; Renata Club 2. 3. 4. 

FENNIMORE, PATRICIA KEARNEY 
2047 Pleasant Parkway, Union, New Jersey 
ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Renata Club 4. 

FERGUSON, YVONNE MARTHA 

R.D. 1, Box 79A, Stanhope, New Jersey 

Lambda Phi 2; Norms Theater Guild 1; ACE-SNJ1 \ 
3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Guides Club 1, 2;'v 
lanme Club 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Activities Manager 2, 
3, 4; Carnival Committee 1, 2; Chorus 3, 4. 

FERNANDEZ, FRANK 
84 Prosspcct Street, Newark, New Jersey 
Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3. 

FERRARA, SAUNDRA 

2 Dawson Street, Belleville, New Jersey 

Student Council 2, 3, Assistant Treasurer 2, Treasurer 3; 

College Center Board Treasurer 4; Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 

4; Newman Club 1, 2. 

FIRETTO, NELLIE 

612 Third Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Chorus 1. 

FISCHLER, SHIRLEY 

1679 Walker Avenue, Union, New Jersey 

FISHER, ARLENE BAUM 

76 Cedar Lane, Roselle, New Jersey 

Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Star of David 

Club 2, 3; Social Committee 2, 3. 

FLANAGAN, DIANE 

18 Bridgeton Drive, Parsippany, New Jersey 

Kappa Epsilon 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3; Campus Com- 
mittee 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

FOG, ROLAND 

Green Village, New Jersey 
Math Club 3, 4. 

FOLEY, ROBERT JOHN 

206 Tenth Street, Hoboken, New Jersey 

Student Council 3, 4; Class Officer-Vice-President -1. IFS 
Council 2; Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 8. I 
dent 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Guides 
Club 3; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4; Carnival Commit- 
tee Co-Chairman 3; Leadership Committee 4. 

FRIEDMAN,", RONALD WM. 
1514 Schley Street, Hillside, New Jersey 
Kappa Delta Pi 4. 

FROMKIN, ELAINE RAND 

118-134 Passaic Avenue, Nutley, New Jersey 

Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Social Committee 1; WRA 1 



GABRIEL, CONCETTA M. 

224 South Union Avenue, Cranford, New Jersey 

GAINES, LYNN MARCIA 

577 Tillman Street, Hillside, New Jersey 

Pi Eta Sigma 2; INDEPENDENT 1, 2; ACE-SNJEA 3, 
4; Social Committee L 2; Wapalanne Club 1, 2, WRA 
1, 2, 3; Carnival Committee 2. 

GALANSKY, SUSAN 
1101 Summit Terrace, Linden, New Jersey 
Transfer from University ot Bridgeport. 

c;anek, marjorie 

9 Lenhome Drive, N\, Cranford, New Jerse) 

Transfer from New York University; Renata Club 4. 



GANTLY, ELLEN ELIZABETH 
353 Willow Drive, Union, New Jersey 

Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 4; Newman Club 

1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 3; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 2, Activities Chairman 3, President 4; Lead- 
ership Conference 3: Hi-Lows 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 

GAST, JUDITH ADELE 

8 Manor Hill Road, Summit, New Jersey 

Transfer from Centenary College. 

GELDZAHLER, RIVA ROCK 

1365 North Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Omega Phi 2, 3, 4; Guides Club 1, 2. 

GERBER, SHEILA LORRAINE 

21 Harding Terrace, Newark, New Jersey 

Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Guides Club 
1; Math Club 3, 4. 

GERHARDT, JUDITH ELLEN 

985 Lorraine Avenue, Union, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, President 
4; Wapalanne Club 1; Modern Dance Group 1, 3, 4; 
Leadership Conference 4. 

GIBSON, BARBARA ANN 

422 Woodland Avenue, Roselle Park, New Jersey 

Nu Theta Chi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 2, 4; Guides Club 2; 
Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4. 

GILMORE, WEDA WYNN 

216 North Oraton Parkway, East Orange, New Jersey 

Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Campus Com- 
mittee 3; Chorus 1. 

GILSENAN, MARY THERESE 

641 Union Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

GLASSMAN, KAREN BARJSH 

Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 2, 3, 4, Correspond- 
ing Secretary 3; Star of David Club 3; Campus Commit- 
tee 1, 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 3; Guides Club 1, 2; 
WRA 2; Chorus 3, 4. 

GLAZER, PEGGY ZINN 

10 MacArthur Court, Linden, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; ACE-SNJEA 3; Transfer from Paterson 
State College. 

GOLDFINGER, RITA SHARON 

907 Douglas Terrace, Union, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Delta Sigma Pi 

2, 3; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Chorus 1. 

GOLDSTEIN, EDWARD 

1531 Highland Avenue, Hillside, New Jersey 

Dean's List 2; Kappa Delta Pi 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Star 
of David Club 4; Wapalanne Club 3. 

GRAZIANO, SANDRA 

119 West Blancke Street, Linden, New Jersey 

Nu Theta Chi 3, 4; Social Committee 1, 2; WRA 1, 2; 
Fencing Team 1. 

GREEN, CHARLES R. 

R.D. 1, Box 189, Morganville, New Jersey 

GREEN, DAVID MARTIN 

925-B Jersey Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

GREEN, GAIL UNGER 

410 Prospect Street, East Orange, New Jersey 

Omega Phi 2, 3, 4. 

GREENFIELD, FREDI-MAY 

216 Goldsmith Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 

Omega Phi 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, President 4; 
Guides Club 2; Cheerleaders 2; Leadership Conference 
Participant 4. 



GRODZKI, BETTY 

28 Sornme Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Student Council 4; MEMORABILIA 4, Co-Editor-in-Chief 
4; Norms Theater Guild 2;ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cor- 
responding Secretary 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Guides 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wapalanne 1, 2, 4; WRA 1, 2; Leader- 
ship Conference 4; Carnival Committee 3, 4; Senior News- 
letter Editor-in-Chief 4. 

GROVE, CHARLES ALAN 

169 Madison Avenue, Perth Amboy, New Jersey 

Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Wapalanne Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



HANDLER, JOAN 

754 Scotland Road, Orange, New Jersey 

Transfer from Boston University and New York University. 

HAIGHT, NORMA EDYTHE 

50 Greenwood Avenue, Hopewell, New Jersey 
Chorus 3, 4. 

HAYES, MADELINE P. 

11 Spring Garden Street, Cranford, New Jersey 

Transfer from Union Junior College; Chorus 3. 

HAYNES, LINDA MURIEL 

37 Hyler Road, Somerville, New Jersey 

Sigma Beta Chi 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Fencing Team 4; 
Modern Dance Group 1, 4. 

HERBERT, CAROL ANN 

64 Linden Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman 

Club 1; Carnival Committee 3; Chorus 1. 

HIRSCHFELD, HARRIET FERN 

60 Huntington Terrace, Newark, New Jersey 

Delia Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Treasure] -1, Norms Theater Guild 
1; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; NSA 1, 2, 3, 4; Star of David 
Club 3; Campus Committee 2, 3, 4; Guides Club 2; Car- 
nival Committee 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. 

HIXSON, DOROTHY NADINE 

1052 Sanford Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey 

Kappa Epsilon 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 4; Transfer from Union 
Junior College. 

HLAVKA, DOLORES ANN 

69 Raritan Road, Linden, New Jersey 

Student Council 4; IFS Council 4; Nu Theta Chi 3, 4; 

Social Committee 1, 2; WRA 1; Modem Dance Group 1. 

HOLCK, WALDRON WIN ROW 

605 Sherwood Parkway, Mountainside, New Jersey 

HOLSBERG, MERYL SIMON 

46 Taylor Avenue, East Brunswick, New Jersey 

Transfer from George Washington University. 

HOOKER, GEORGE BRECK 

19 Rosewood Place, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Sigma Beta Tau 3, 4; Wapalanne Club 3, 4. 

HORN, BEVERLY EDYTHE 

99 South Durand Place, Irvington, New Jersey 

Beta Delta Chi 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4; ACE- 
SNJEA 3, 4; Social Committee 1, 2; Guides Club 2; Wap- 
alanne Club 1, 2; WRA 1, 2, 3. 

HORUN, ANDREW D., JR. 

265 William Street, Hillside, New Jersey 

Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4; INDE- 
PENDENT I, 4; Newman Club 1; Campus Committee 
1, 2; Guides Club 1, 2, 3; Math Club 4; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Fencing Team 2, 3; Car- 
nival Committee 3; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2. 



HRDLICKA, CATHERINE AGNES 

89 Dukes Road, Railway, New Jersey 

Nu Lambda Kappa 2; Norms Theater Guild 1, 2, 

HREBIN, ELAINE ELIZABETH 

184 Linden Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3; Hi-Lows 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1. 



3, 4. 



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HREHOWESIK, BERNADINE JO-ANN 

520 Rrace Avenue, P< rth Amboy, New Jersey 

Kappa Epsilon 3, 4; ACK-SNJEA 1, 2, 3. 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Committee 3, 4; Hi-Lows 1, 2; 
Chorus 1; Opera Workshop 4. 

HUPPERT, JEFFREY DOUGLAS 

1039 John Glenn Drive, Hillside, New Jersey 

Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; NJSTA-Studenit Section 2, 3, 4. 

HYNES, JAMES G. 

964 W. Grand Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Student Council 2, 3; Executive Committee 1, 4; College 
Center Board 2, 3, 4; Class Officer— President 1, 4; Sigma 
Beta Tau 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, President 4; NSA 2; New- 
man Club 3, 4; Campus Committee 3, 4; Industrial Arts 
Association 3, 4; Bowling Team 2; Basketball Team 2; 
Baseball Team 2, 3; Carnival Committee 3; Leadership 
Committee 2, Planner 3; Renata Club 4; Student-Faculty 
Co-op 2, 3, 4. 



IANNELLI, ANNE 

210 Heckel Street, Relleville, New Jersey 

Beta Delta Chi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 4; Newman Club 2. 

INGRAM, JANETTE G. 

36 Westview Road, Short Hills, New Jersey 

Transfer from Hood College, Frederick, Maryland; 

Chorus 4. 



JETTER, CAROLYN 

28 Fisk Street, Fair Haven, New Jersey 

JUDSON, CYNTHIA DIANA 

125 Garfield Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4; INDEPENDENT 1, 2, News Edi- 
tor 2; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Committee 1, 2, 
3, 4, Recording Secretary 2, Chairman 3, 4; WRA 1; 
Leadership Conference 3. 

JULIANO, CHRISTINE ANNE 

359 Union Avenue, Belleville, New Jersey 

Beta Delta Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; ACE-SNJEA 

2,3, 4; Newman Club 1. 



KALISH, NORA RERLAND 

249 Keats Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 
Renata Club 2. 

KARETNICK, RUTH 

1539 Leslie Street, Hillside, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; INDEPENDENT 1; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; 
NSA 3, 4; Star of David Club 3. 

KEATING, LYNN BISHOP 

85 Washington Street, East Orange, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; WRA 3, 4; Dance Club 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 4. 

KIERMAN, ALLAN BENNETT 

25 Aldine Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Phi 4; Campus Committee 1; Guides Club 1, 
2; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4. 

KIMMEL, CAROL LIPSCHUTZ 

1369 North Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 3. 

KNAUER, DORI WALDMAN 

98-A Wabeno Avenue, Springfield, New Jersey 
Dean's List 1, 2; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4. 

KNECHT, GERALDINE MICHAELS 

1280 Clinton Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey 

Beta Delta Chi 3, 4; NSA 4; ACE-SNJEA 4; Social Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Guides 1, 2; WRA 1, 2. 

KOCERHA, HELEN ANN 

656 Passaic Avenue, Kenilworth, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2; Rlio Theta Tau 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 
1, 2; WRA 1, 2, 3; Fencing Team 1; Modern Dance Club 
1, 2; Fine Arts Film Club 3, 4. 



KOHL, NANCY ELIZABETH 

15-A Bashford Ave nu< , Union, New J< rs< \ 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Kappa Epsilon 
2, 3, 4; ACK-SNJEA 1; Alethian Club 1; VVapalanne Club 
2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Modem Danci Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

KALB, MARY LOUISE 

979 Suburban Road, Union, New Jt rs< y 

Transfer from Douglass College; Nu Lambda Kappa 4, 

ACE-SNJEA 4; Renata Club 4. 

KOSS, SALLY A. 

54 Martin Road, Livingston, New J< ;-, y 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 

2, 3, 4; Renata Club 3, 4. 

KOPECKY, SPENCER R. 

554 Chestnut Street, \V< stwoi d, N< w Jersey 

Student Council 3, 4; IFS Council 3, 4; Sigma B< ! 

2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4; S in 3; 

Traditions and Procedures Committee 3, 4; CCUN 3, 4. 

KRESCH CECILE E. 

1270 Boulevard, Bayonne, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 1; Star 
of David Club 3; Campus Committee 3, 4; Social Com- 
mittee 1; Foreign Student Committee 2, 3. 

KRESS, MARILYN MARIE 

366 Passaic Avenue, West Caldwell, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Tau 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus 
Committee 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, 4. 

KROUK, DAHLIA 

714 Garden Street, Union, New Jersey 

Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Star 
of David Club 3, Historian 3; Campus Committee 2, 3; 
Social Committee 2; WRA 1; Fencing Team 1; Leader- 
ship Conference 4. 

KRULIKOWSKI, THADDEUS WALTER 

210 West Grand Street, Elizabc th, New |t rs< y 

Wapalanne Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4. MAA 
L 2, 3, 4. 

KUNKA, MARY CATHERINE 

738 Bailey Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Social Com- 
mittee 1, 2; Math Club 3, 4; WRA 1; Chorus 1. 

KUPERMAN, RONNIE 

324 Fabyan Place, Newark, New Jersey 

Omega Phi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Social Committee 4; 
Transfer. 

KURTZ, MARION IRENE 

54 Menzel Avenue, Maplewood, New Jerse) 

Sigma Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Treasurer 4; ACE- 
SNJEA 2, 3, 4; NSA 3, 4, Social Committee 1, 2; Guides 
Club 2; Wapalanne Club 1; WRA 1. 

KUZMA, FRED R. 

506' East Mam Street, Manasquan Beach, New- 
Transfer from Union Junior College; MAA 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball Team 3. 



LAITALA, SANDRA 1.1 I 

2081 Brookside Drive, Scotch Plains, New Jerse y 

Beta Delta Chi 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; WRA 1. 

LAKOMY, CAROLEE LYNN 

350 Myrtle Avenue, Irvington, New Jersej 

US Council 3, 4; Beta Delta Chi 2, 3, 4; Aleithian Club 1. 
Guides Club 1, 2, WRA 1, 2; Carnival Committee 3, Mad- 
rigals 4; Hi-Lows 4; Chorus 1, 3, 4. 

I \\ \\( (), MARYANN R. 

23 Jefferson Street, Belleville, New Jcr.scy 

II s Council 3; Rho Theta Tau 2. 3, -1. Vice-President 4. 

\i i SNJEA 3, 4; NSA 3, 4; Newman Club 1. 

LEAKE, ROSALYN ELLEN 

880 Garden Street, Union. New Jers< J 

transfer Lorn Bowling Creeu State University; Nu Sigma 

Tau 3, 4. 



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LEPP, LINDA RUTH 

7 Van Doren Avenue, Somerville, New Jersey 

Transfer from Temple University; Fencing Team 3, 4. 

LESSIN, EDYTHE MIRIAM 

78 Courter Avenue, Maplewood, New Jersey 

Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; ACE- 
SNJEA 3, 4; Social Committee 1, 2, Vice-President 1, 
President 2; Wapalanne Club 1; Leadership Conference 2; 
Chorus 3; INDEPENDENT 1. 

LEVINE, BARBARA H. 

350 Field Place, Hillside, New Jersey 

Omega Phi 2, 3, 4; INDEPENDENT 1. 

LEVY, SUZANNE MEISLER 

258 Bath Avenue, Apt. 31, Long Branch, New Jersey 
INDEPENDENT 2, 3; NSA 2, 3; Chorus 2. 

LICKS, DOUGLAS FREDERICK 

505 Hillside Terrace, South Orange, New Jersey 

Student Council 3, 4; Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, President 3; 
Social Committee 1; Guide9 1; Industrial Arts Association 
3, 4, Recording Secretary 3; Wapalanne Club 1, 4; MAA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 1, 2; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; 
Leadership Conference 3; Traditions and Procedures 2, 
3,4. 

LILORE, MARYANN 

140 Crest Drive, Belleville, New Jersey 

Beta Delta Chi 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 4; NSA 4; Newman 
Club 1. 

LOMBARDO, MARY ANN 

34 Stockman Place, Irvington, New Jersey 

Student Council 3; Senior Class Corresponding Secretary 
4; Nu Theta Chi 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Pres- 
ident 4; Newman Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Guides 1, 2; 
WRA 1, 2; Leadership Conference 2, 4; Lecture Series 
3, 4. 

LONGARZO, JOAN ANN 

208 Paul Street, Lyndhurst, New Jersey 

Sigma Kappa Phi 3, 4; Newman Club 4. 

LORDI, ANTHONY 

187 Kerrigan Boulevard, Newark, New Jersey 
Sigma Theta Chi 2, 3, 4. 

LUBETKIN, BRENDA ILENE 

18 Erwin Place, Caldwell, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; ACE-SNJEA 4; Guides 3. 

LUBETKIN, CAROLE ANN 

646 Exeter Road, Linden, New Jersey 

Omega Phi 2, 3, 4; Norms Theater Guild 1; WRA 1, 2; 

Moderni Dance Club 1, 3. 

LUCCO, ROSE MARIE 

511 Murray Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 4; Newman Club 2; WRA 2, 3, 4; Tennis 
Team 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 2, 3, 4, President 3; Lead- 
ership Conference 3; Chorus 4; Renata Club 2. 

LUDWIG, SARAH RACIMORA 
1866 Manor Drive, Union, New Jersey 
ACE-SNJEA 4; Chorus 4. 

LUNDGREN, ARTHUR WALTER 

65 Skyline Drive, Clark, New Jersey 

Student Council 4; Class Officer 1, 3, Treasurer 1, Vice 
President 3; Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Sec- 
retary 4; ACE-SNJEA 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Association 
3; MAA 1, 2, 3; Basketball Team 2, 3; Baseball Team 1, 
3, 4; Kean Rehabilitation Committee 3, 4. 

LUPO, JOHN JOSEPH 

367 North 12th Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Sigma Theta Chi 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4; 
MAA 2, 3, 4. 



MAGLIO, ROSEMARY 

372 Walnut Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Alpha Theta Pi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3; Guides Club 1, 2. 



MAKSIMIK, MARION LOUISE 

722 Essex Avenue, Linden, New Jersey 

Delta Sigma Pi 3; ACE-SNJEA 4. 

MANDAS, LETTY JEANNE 

35 Burnett Terrace, West Orange, New Jersey 

Wapalanne Club 1; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 
1; Carnival Committee 1. 

MARINELLI, CARL J. 

121 Smith Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Student Council 4; Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 
Pledge Master 4; INDEPENDENT 1, 2, Co-Sports Edi- 
tor 2; MAA Vice-President 2, President 4; Basketball Team 
1, 2, 3; Baseball Team 1, 2, 4; Soccer Team 2, 3, 4, Co- 
Captain 3, Captain 4; Leadership Conference 2; Renata 
Club 4; Bowling Team 4. 

MARKS, ANN B. 

586 North Grove Street, East Orange, New Jersey 

IFS Council 3; Chi Delta 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Presi- 
dent 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 4; NSA 2; Leadership Confer- 
ence 4. 

MARSHALL, EUNICE 

336 Spruce Avenue, Garwood, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; Nu Sigma Tau 3, 4, Treasurer 4; IFS 
Council 4; ACE-SNJEA 4; NSA 4; Aleithian Club 1, 2; 
Wapalanne Club 4; WRA 1, 2, 4; Modem Dance Club 

1, 2, 4. 

MARTIN, EDWARD C. 

221 E. Westfield Avenue, Roselle Park, New Jersey 

Student Council 3, 4, President 4; Executive Committee 
President 4; College Center Board 2, 3, 4; IFS Council 3; 
Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4; Name Program Committee 2, 3, 
4, Chairman 2, 3; Leadership Conference 4. 

MAYORAZ, MILCA 

Foreign Exchange Student; Nu Theta Chi 2, 3, 4; CCUN 
4; Dean's List 2. 

McBLAIN, JEAN 

21 Hazel Avenue, West Orange, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
Alpha Theta Pi 3; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 4; Aleithian Club 

2, 3, 4; Guides Club 1, 2; Wapalanne Club 3, 4; WRA 
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 

McCLURE, GLENNA SMITH 

252 E. First Avenue, Roselle, New Jersey 

Transfer from Ohio Wesleyan University; ACE-SNJEA 4; 
Hi-Lows 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3. 

McCONNELL, JOANMARY 

659 Chancellor Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey 

Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2. Guides Club 
2; WRA 1, 2. 

McINTYRE, ROBERT 

115 Claremont Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Phi 4; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4. 

McKENDRY, HENRY JOHN 

413 Magie Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Nu Lambda 
Kappa 2, 3, 4; Norms Theater Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Guides 
Club 2. 



McMULLEN, BARBARA JEAN 

79 Preston Street, Belleville, New Jersey 

Beta Delta Chi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 2 4- 
tee 2. 



Social Commit- 



McNEAR, JANET 

20 Gilbert Place, West Orange, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 2, 3, 4; Aleithian Club 3; Guides Club 1 2- 

WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3. 

MEEHAN, DOROTHY FEE 

480 Markthaler Place, Roselle Park, New Jersey 

Transfer from Trenton State College, ACE-SNJEA 4. 



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MEEKS, KENNETH WILLIAM 

404 Central Avenue, Cranford, New Jersey 

Student Council 4; IFS Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 
denl 1 Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, President 2, Treasurer 4 
INDEPENDENT 3, 4, Managing Editor 4; Leadership 
Conference Participant 2, 4, CCUN 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 2, Secretary 3. 

Ml M NBACHER, RICHARD K. 
978 Braun Terrace, Union, New Jersey 

Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4; Science 

Club 2, 3, 4; Soccei I- am 2. 

MEKLUNE, LINDA IRENE 
690 Roosevelt Avenue, Carteret, New Jersey 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. 

MELTZER, ESTELLE LUTSKY 

434 Vine Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 
4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Social Committee 1, 2; Guides Club 

1, 2. 

MESENAZOS, LESLIE ANN 

739 Jackson Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; IFS Council 3, 4, Cor- 
responding Secretary 4; Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4; ACE- 
SNJEA 3; NSA 3; Social Committee 1, 2, Vice-President 
2; Hi-Lows 3, 4; Chorus 1; Opera Guild 4. 

METZGER, BARBARA 

183 Chancellor Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 

INDEPENDENT 1; Norms Theater Guild 1; ACE- 
SNJEA 2, 3; Guides Club 1, 2; Wapalanne Club 1; WRA 
1; Modern Dance Club 1, 2. 

MICHAELS, LINDA LEE 

720 E. First Avenue, Roselle, New Jersey 
Transfer from University of Florida. 

MILLER, GEORGE J., Ill 

518 Jackson Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Sigma Beta Tau 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Wapalanne Club 
3; MAA 3, 4. 

MINISCALCHI, LUCILLE 

478 Walnut Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Nu Sigma Tau 3, 4; 

Norms Theater Guild 1; Social Committee 1, 2; Modem 

Dance Club 3. 

MIRAGLIA, LOUISE PATRICIA 

31 St. Paul Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 

Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 
3, 4; Campus Committee 3, 4; Carnival Committee 3. 

MIRANDI, VINCENT JOHN 

52 Hollywood Avenue, Hillside, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Treasurer 4; Soccer Team 2, 3, 4. 

MOLINARI, ESTERINO, JR. 

167 Duer Street, North Plainf ield, New Jersey 

MONSON, MARILYN JEAN 

254 Woodmont Road, Union, New Jer.M > 

Dean's List 2, 3; ACE-SNJEA 2, 3, 4; WRA 2, 3; Bowl- 
ing Team 2; Modem Dance Club 2, 3; CCUN 3. Transfer 
from Hood College. 

MONTESANO, CARMELA 

52 Smith Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Nu Theta Chi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 

1; Social Committee 1; Wapalanne Club 1. 

MORRIS, RICHARD J. 

817 Ocean Road, Point Pleasant, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Phi 3, 4; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4; Alpha 

Phi Omega 1,2,3. 

MUELLER, FRANCES ERICKA 

1755 Springfield Avenue, Maplewood, New Jersey 

Alpha Theta Pi 2, 3, 4; Norms Theater Guild 1; Aleithian 
Club 1; Wapalanne Club 3, 4; Modem Dance Club 1. 



MULLIGAN, ('.All. MARY 

67 Aldine Street. Newark, New Jersey 

Sigma Kappa Phi 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, I, Newman Club 1, 

2; WRA 1,2. 



NAFTALI FRED 

523 Malcolm Road, Union, New Jersey 
ACE-SNJEA 4; Renata Club 4. 

NERO, ELOUISE JOANNE 

39 Ross Street, East Orange, New | 

Rho Theta Tau 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, NSA 3; Newman 
Club 1; Guides Club 1, 2, 3. 

NEUHAUS, PATRIC1 \ 

860 Hobson Street, Union, New Jersey 

Nu Theta Chi 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2; Newman Club 1. 

NUTTER, CAROLE MAI 

391 North Avenue, Fanwood, New Jersey 

Beta Delta Chi 3, 4; Newman Club 3; Wapalanne Club 4. 



O'KEEFE, GLADYS ELAINE 

20 Delaware Avenue, Red Bank, New Jersey- 
Dean's List 1; Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3; ACE-SNJEA 1 2 3 
4; Newman Club 1, 2; Math Club 3, 4. 

OLIVEIRA, MARIE ELENA 

32 Wilson Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 

Alpha Theta Pi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Guides Club 

2, 3, 4; Wapalanne Club 4. 

OSTERSTOCK, SANDRA JUN1 

133 Silver Spring Road, Short Hills, New Jersey 
ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; NSA 3, 4; WRA 3, 4. 



PACE, LUCILLE 

808 Ridge Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Student Council 2; Class Officer 4; Nu Theta Chi 2 3 4; 
Norms Theater Guild 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2; Newman Club 
1; Wapalanne Club 2; WRA 1; Lecture Series Committee 

1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, 4. 

PALMIERI, MARIE LOUISE 

125 Forest Street, Belleville, New Jersey 

Beta Delta Chi 2, 3, 4, President 4; MEMORABILIA 
Business Manager 4; ACE-SNJEA 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 
1; Social Committee 2; WRA 1, 2, 4; Carnival Commit- 
tee 3; Leadership Conference 4. 

PARELLI, JOANNA ELIZABETH 

37 Girard Place, Maplewood, New Jersey 

Student Council 2, 3; Dean's List 1; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, 
Corresponding Secretary 4; Sigma Kappa Phi 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3, President 4; MEMORABILIA Literary Edi- 
tor 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Wapalanne Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Leadership Conference 4; Chorus 1. 

PASKOW, ELAYNE F. 

64 Clark Street, Hillside, New Jt rsey 

Transfer from Newark-Rutgers University; Dean's List 

2, 3. 

PASNIK, JUDITH S. 

18 Jeyson Avenue, Great Neck, New York 

Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Guides Club 2; Carnival 
Committee 3; Residence Hall Floor Cliairman, House 
Vice-Chairman, Standards Committee Chairman 4. 

PETERMAN, MONA SCHER 

L678 Walker Avenue, Union, New Jersey 

Pi Eta Sigma 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 2, 3; Guides Club 1, 2. 

PETRACCO, ROBERT M. 

642 Fourth Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 3; Guides Club 
1, 2; Industrial Arts Association 3, 4. 

PETREN, THOMAS CHARLES 

2252 Hobart Street, Union, New Jersey 

Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4, Scrt:< ant .it Amis 4, Guides Club 
1,2, 3, 4, Math Club 3, 4; Basketball Team 1. 






PETTIT, MARY ANN 

696 Fairway Drive, Union, New Jersey 

Beta Delta Chi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3; Social Committee 1, 2; Guides Club 1, 2, 3; 
WRA 1, 2, 3. 

PIZZA, ARLENE JOAN 

763 Cleveland Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 4; Newman Club 
1; Social Committee 2; Wapalanne Club 1; WRA 2; 
Chorus 1. 

PIZZOLATO, KATHRYN 

891 Sheridan Street, Union, New Jersey 

Transfer from Trenton State College; NSA 3, 4; Newman 
Club 3, 4; Name Program Committee 3. 

PLASKON, CAROL L. 

40 East 41 Street, Bayonne, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 4; 
Newman Club 3; Guides Club 1, 2; Wapalanne Club 3, 
4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3. 

POLNY, MARIE ANN 

328 North Second Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; ACE- 
SNJEA 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Guides Club 2; WRA 1, 2. 

PORANSKI, CAROL A. 

11 Meadowbrcok Road, Maplewood, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2; Sigma Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Corresponding 
Secretary 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Wapalanne Club 2, 3, 
4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. 

POWERS, ANNA J. 

238 Lehigh Avenue, Roselle Park, New Jersey 

Student Council 2, 3; Nu Theta Chi 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Wapalanne Club 1, 2; WRA 1, 2; Cheerleaders 
1, 2, 3; Modem Dance Club 1. 

PUORRO, FREDERIC 

88 Irwin Street, Springfield, New Jersey 

Transfer from Union Junior College; Newman Club 3, 4. 

RAVO, ELISA ANN 

26 Finlay Place, Newark, New Jersey 

Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4, Pledge Mistress 4; ACE-SNJEA 2, 

3, 4; NSA 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4. 

REILLY, GWENDOLYN 

623 Lincoln Park East, Cranford, New Jersey 

INDEPENDENT 1; NSA 2, 4, Secretary of Foreign Stu- 
dent Committee 3; Campus Committee 3; Social Commit- 
tee 1; Republican Club Secretary 2. 

REILLY, TERENCE J. 

942 Monroe Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Industrial 
Arts Association 3, 4; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer Team 1. 

RESKOW, RICHARD P. 

85 Houston Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Student Council 3, 4; Executive Committee 3; College 
Center Board 4; Class Officer 3; Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4; 
MEMORABILIA 4; ACE-SNJEA 3; Guides Club 2; In- 
dustrial Arts Association 3, 4; Carnival Committee 3; Lead- 
ership Committee 3; Hi-Lows 4. 

RICCA, JACQUELINE MARIE 

235 Lake Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3; ACE- 
SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; NSA 4; Newman Club 1; Guides Club 
1; Traditions and Procedures Committee 2; Chairman of 
Sophomore Dance 2, Junior-Senior Dance 3; Co-Chairman 
of Junior-Senior Dance 4. 

RIEMAN, CAROLE 

170 Schuyler Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 

Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 4; Guides 
Club 2. 

RISACK, BARBARA ANNE 

330 Wyoming Avenue, Millburn, New Jersey 

Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; IFS Council 4; Chorus 3. 



ROBERTS, SARA SCOTT 

851 Springfield Avenue, Summit, New Jersey 
Transfer from Lasell Junior College 

ROCK, JUDY BURNETTE 

396 Morris Avenue, Long Branch, New Jersey 

ROSENFELD, PHYLLIS HANDELL 

108 Maple Court, Roselle, New Jersey 

Transfer from Ohio University; Omega Phi 2, 3, 4. 

ROTH, CLARA ANNE 

2 Crescent Lane, Irvington, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Alpha Theta Pi 
3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1; Aleithian Club 1; Wapalanne Club 
3. 4; WRA 1; Young Republicans Club 2. 

ROTH, JEAN LEWIS 

1071 Mayfair Road, Union, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Nu Lambda 
Kappa 4. 

RUDO, MARGARET THERESA 

580 Madison Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3; NSA 3; Newman 
Club 1; Social Committee 1, 2; Chorus 1; Opera Guild 4. 

RUFFINI, ALBERT 

35 Taft Avenue, West Paterson, New Jersey 

Class Officer 2; Norms Theater Guild 1, 2; Bowling Team 
1, 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 



SACHER, SHIRLEY THERESA 

855 Bergen Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Student Council 2; Class Officer— Treasurer 3; Dean's List 

1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Norms Theater Guild 1, 2, 
3, 4, President 3; Campus Committee 1; Guides Club 1; 
Name Program Committee 2; Leadership Conference 3. 

SAINZ, MARIE ELAINE 

103 Jefferson Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4, President 4; Norms Theater Guild 
1; ACE-SNJEA 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Guides Club 1; 
Fencing Team 1; Leadership Conference 4. 

SALTZMAN, LEONA 
16 Central Place, Caldwell, New Jersey 
ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Guides Club 4. 

SAMARTIN, LAWRENCE BARRY 

1652 Edward Terrace, Union, New Jersey 

Student Council 2, 3, 4; Sigma Beta Tau 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 

2, 4. 

SANTANELLO, BARBARA LOWE 

601 West Avenue, Sewaren, New Jersey 

Student Council 2; Class Officer-Corresponding Secre- 
tary 3; Nu Theta Chi 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4; ACE- 
SNJEA 1, 2; Guides Club 1, 2; Wapalanne Club 1, 2; 
WRA 1; Modem Dance Club 1. 

SARAMA, DIANA NOVAK 

234 Columbia Avenue, Palisade, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 3; Newman Club 3; Name Program Commit- 
tee 3; Transfer from Trenton State College. 

SCHAFFER, RAYMOND DOUGLAS 

26 Lexington Boulevard, Clark, New Jersey 

Student Council 4; Sigma Beta Tau 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 

3, 4. 

SCHMIED, JACQUES 

203 Woodbridge Avenue, Metuchen, New Jersey 

Orchestra 4. 

SCHULTE, HOWARD M. 

42 Kenmore Road, Nixon, New Jersey 
Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. 

SCHUTZMAN, PEARL B. 
35 Marlboro Lane, Colon ia, New Jersey 
Chorus 4; Renata Club 4. 



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SCHWARTZ, JOAN 

15 Mount Pleasant Avenue, West Orange, New Jersey 

Student Council 4; Class Officer— Recording Secretary 1, 
2, 3; Nil Theta Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; MEMORA- 
BILIA Sports Editor 4; ACE-SNJEA 3; Social Committee 
1; Guides Club 1; Cheerleaders 1. 2, 3, Captain 3; Lead- 
ership Committee 1; Chorus 1. 

SCUOTTO, ANNA MARIE 

214 Campbell Street, Woodbridge, New Jersey 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3; WRA 1, 2. 

SHAMAN, JEAN STEWART 

292 Timberline Road, Mountainside, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 2, 
4; Renata Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4. 

SELLITTO, MARIE ANTOINETTE 

313 Elmwood Avenue, East Orange, New Jersey 

Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4; Norms Theater Guild 1, 2, 4; 
ACE-SNJEA 4; Newman Club 1; Madrigals 2, 3; Hi-Lows 
1, 2; Chorus 1. 

SHEVIN, ELINOR 

23-A Pardun Road, North Brunswick, New Jersey- 
Dean's List 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4. 

SILVEIRA, PRISCILLA 

46 Lexington Street, Newark, New Jersey 

Nu Theta Chi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 
4; Newman Club 1; Guides Club 1, 2. 

SMITH, GAIL ANNE 

377 Walnut Avenue, Cranford, New Jersey 

SMOHORJEVSKYJ, TATIANA 

26 Handy Street, New Brunswick, New Jersey 
Transfer from Packer. 

SPINELLA, RONALD 

5 Maple Street, Clark, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Phi 3, 4; IES Council 4; Orchestra 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 4. 

STAMER, JUDITH ELAINE 

1325 Lincrest Terrace, Union, New Jersey 

Kappa EpsOon 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; New- 
man Club 1, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4. 

STANLEY, HARRIET MARIANN 

859 Carleton Road, Westfield, New Jersey 

Transfer from Union Junior College; Chorus 3. 

STASI, JOHN LAWRENCE 

1162 Raritan Road, Clark, New Jersey 

Class Officer— Treasurer 4; IFS Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4; 
Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3; MAA 3; Soc- 
cer Team Manager 3. 

STEINBERG, PAULA RUTH 

7 Durand Place, Irvington, New Jersey 

Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Norms Theater Guild 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Recording Secretary' 1; ACE-SNJEA 4; Guides Club 2. 

STESS, SHEILA MIRIAM 

126 State Street, Perth Amboy, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 2, 3; Star of David Club 2; Hi-Lows 3, 4, 

Chorus 2, 3, 4. 

STILLGER, ARLENE LORRAINE 
450 Mercer Avenue, Roselle, New Jersey 

Transfer from Union Junior College. Kappa Epsilon 3, 4; 

ACE-SNJEA 4. 

STRATTA, DIANE 

905 Central Avenue, Union City, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; Rho Theta Tau 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 
4; Newman Club 1, 2. 

STRUBLE, JANE MARGARET 

34 Sycamore Drive, Hazlet, New Jersey- 
Alpha Theta Pi 3, 4; INDEPENDENT 1; ACE-SNJEA 4; 
Aleithian Club 2; French Club 2; Communications Com- 
mittee 2. 



STUMPF, GERALDINE ANNE 

563 Harrington Street, Perth Amboy, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; Sigma Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; Norms Tl 
Guild 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, M 
Dance Croup 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SUGALSKI, DOLORES B. 
230 North Avenue, Cranford, New Jersey 
ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Fencing Team 1. 

SULVA, JAMES J. 

427 Brook Street, Linden, New Jersey 

Student Council 4; Sigma Beta Tau 3, 4. INDEPENDENT 
1, 2; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling Team 1, 2, 4; Basl 
ream 1, 3, 4; Renata Club 4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4. 



TARTIS, JOHN 

9 Synott Place, Newark, New Jersey 

Nu Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4. 

TATEM, EILEEN C. 

912 Washington Avenue, Linden, New Jersey 

Alpha Theta Pi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 2. 3, 4; Aleithian Club 
3, 4; Guides Club 1, 2, Wapalanne Club 3, 4, WRA 1. 2, 
3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. 

TEISHER, GAIL ELAINE 

Black River Road, Pottersville, New Jersey 

Transfer from Purdue University; MEMORABILIA 3, 

ACE-SNJEA 2, 3. 

TELTSER, BERNICE G, 

927 Ridgewood Road, Millburn, New Jersey 

Dean's List 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4; ACE-SNJEA 2, 3, 4; 

Renata Club 3, 4. 

THOMPSON, CHRISTINE SCARANGELLO 
1116D Sheridan Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 
ACE-SNJEA 4; Chorus 3. 

TOMLINSON, MARGARET ANNE 

20 Lewis Street, Paterson, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; NSA 3, 4. 

TRABALIK, PATRICIA ANN 

1101 Falls Terrace, Union, New Jersey 

Rho Theta Tau 2, 3, 4, ACE-SNJEA 3, 4, Newman Club 

1, 2; WRA 1, 2. 

TRACEY, JUDITH ANNE 

263 Kings Road, Madison, New J< rs< J 

Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; ACE-SNJEA 1. 



VACH, JOAN THERESA 

181 Dogwood Lane, Berkeley Heights. New Jersej 

Dean's List 1; Beta Delta Chi 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA i 

VALLA, JUDITH ALICE 

24 Madison Avenue, Cranford, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Aleithian Club 4, WRA 1. 

VALLI, JOHN NORMAN 

15 Argyle Terrace, Irvington, New Jersey 

Math Club 4; Bowling Team Captain 3, 4. 

VANCE, JUDY PELHAM 

37 Evergreen Avenue, Springfield, New Jers< > 

Transfer from Colin College and Northwestern University'; 

Dean's List 2. 3, Kappa Epsilon 3, 4; Norms Theater Guild 

4 ; AC! -SNJEA 3. 

VENTOLA, ANTOINETTE LAURA 

268 Parker Stu . t. N. wark, New Jers< > 

IFS Council 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4, Rho Theta Tau 
2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJ1 \ 1. 2, 3, i Newman Club L Guides 
Club 1; Carnival Committee 2, 3. 

VERNOSKY, BARBARA El 1/ABETH 
1072 Brighton Street, Union, New Jersi y 

Newman Club I; Social Committee 2, WBA 2, Bowling 

1 1 jo 2, Basketball Team 2. 



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WADE, NANCY ANN 

512 Nye Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey 

Rho Theta Tau 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Social Committee 
1, 2; Wapalanne Club 1, 2; WRA 1, 2; Modern Dance 
Club 1. 

WALLDEN, CAROL ANN 

444 Second Avenue, Garwood, New Jersey 

Dean's List 2; Kappa Epsilon 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; 

Aleithian Club 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 2, 3, 4. 

WALLIN, SUSAN HOPE 

305 Clinton Place, Newark, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1; Kappa Delta Pi 4; IFS Council 3; Delta 
Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, President 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; Guides 
Club 2; WRA 1; Carnival Committee 3; Leadership Con- 
ference 4; Residence Hall House Chairman 4. 

WALSH, KATHLEEN MARY 

131 Normandy Road, Colonia, New Jersey 

Student Council 4; Nu Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 

3, Social Director 4; ACE-SNJEA 4; Newman Club 1, 2; 

Guides Club 1, 2, 3; Wapalanne Club 4; WRA 4; Carnival 

Committee 3, 4, Chairman 3. 

WANNER, JUNE CAROL 

358 Salem Road, Union, New Jersey 

IFS Council 4; Alpha Theta Pi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 
4; NSA 3; Social Committee 1; Wapalanne Club 4; WRA 
1, 2. 

WASHINGTON, MARVA 

79 Fourth Avenue, Long Branch, New Jersey 

Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4; WRA 2, 3; Fencing Team 2; Car- 
nival Committee 3; Chorus 3. 

WASSERMAN, INA 

117 Grumman Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 
WRA 4; Bowling Team 3. 

WAXMAN, LILLIAN E. 

7 Claremont Avenue, Maplewood, New Jersey 
Pi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4. 

WELLE, DOROTHY WESTON 

68 Clinton Street, Bloomfield, New Jersey 

Dean's List 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Renata Club 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4. 

WELSH, PATRICIA JOAN 

6 Reidar Road, Succasunna, New Jersey 

Kappa Epsilon 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Norms Theater Guild 1, 
2; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3; Campus 
Committee 4; Guides Club 1, 2. 

WESTON, JUDITH ELLEN 

2203 Balmoral Avenue, Union, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Corresponding 
Secretary 4; Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3, 4; 
Aleithian Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, President 4; Wapa- 
lanne Club 3; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Leadership 
Conference 4; Madrigals 2, 3, 4. 

WIMMKR, SHIRLEY GAMMER 
19 Arnet Place, Cranford, New Jersey 

Transfer from Miami University; Renata Club 4. 

WISE, RUTH BETHLEHEM 

230 Mount Vernon Place, Apt. 15D, Newark, New Jersey 

Norms Theater Guild 2; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3; Aleithian 
Club 1; Social Committee 1, 2; Wapalanne Club 1; 
Chorus 1. 

WITHERELL, MARY LEE 

333 Stiles Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

IFS Council 3; Alpha Theta Pi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
INDEPENDENT 2, 3, Public Relations Editor 3; MEMO- 
RABILIA 3, 4, Co-Photography Editor 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 
2, 3, 4; Aleithian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wapalanne Club 1; Car- 
nival Committee 3, 4; Leadership Conference 4; Madri- 
gals 2, 3; Chorus 1, 4; CCUN 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Treas- 
urer 4. 



WOCALESKI, JOYCE MARIE 

14 Davis Lane, Red Bank, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1. 

WOJCIECHOWSKI, JOYCE TERRIEM 

1086 Burnet Avenue, Union, New Jersey 

Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Sigma Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Corres- 
ponding Secretary 3; Newman Club 1, 2; Wapalanne Club 

1, 2. 

WOLSKY, ALICE ANN 

159 Mount Airy Road, Basking Ridge, New Jersey 

Dean's List 1; Beta Delta Chi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 4; Cam- 
pus Committee 3, 4. 

WRIGHT, ARLINE DIANA 

300 West Webster Avenue, Roselle Park, New Jersey 

Student Council 3; Kappa Epsilon 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 1, 

2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 1, President 4; SCID 1, 

2, 3, 4, Chairman 1. 

WRIGHT, JUDITH LOIS 

246 Lincoln Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Alpha Theta Pi 3, 4, Corresponding 
Secretary 4; Norms Theater Guild 1, 2; ACE-SNJEA 1, 2, 

3, 4; NSA 1, 2, 3, 4; Guides Club 2; WRA 1; Chorus 
1,2,3. 



YOUNGBLUTH, VICTORIA MARIE 
147 McFarlane Road, Colonia, New Jersey 

Transfer from Union Junior College; Norms Theater Guild 
4; ACE-SNJEA 3; WRA 4. 

YURGELES, RICHARD JOSEPH 

1263 Waverly Place, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

ACE-SNJEA 4; Newman Club 4; Orchestra 3, 4. 



ZAJAC, BARBARA ANN 

290 W. Lincoln Avenue, Roselle Park, New Jersey 

Nu Theta Chi 3, 4; ACE-SNJEA 3; NSA 3; Wapalanne 
Club 1, 2; Modem Dance Club 1. 

ZHEUTLIN, ADELINE 

37 Park Road, Maplewood, New Jersey 

Renata Club 4. 

ZIMMERMANN, CAROL ANN 

353 Washington Avenue, Union, New Jersey 

Alpha Theta Pi 4; MEMORABILIA Typing Editor 4; 
ACE-SNJEA 2, 4; Aleithian Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 
Secretary 4; Wapalanne Club 3, 4; WRA 2; Chorus 4. 

ZIMMERMANN, KATHLEEN LORETTA 

346 West Third Avenue, Roselle, New Jersey 

IFS Council Alternate 3; Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4. 

ZOELLER, PHYLLIS RICH 

145 Augusta Street, Irvington, New Jersey 

Newman Club 1. 

ZOTTA, CLEMENT J. 

164 Tappan Street, Kearny, New Jersey 

Sigma Beta Tau 3, 4; Soccer Team 3, 4; CCUN 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4. 

ZYDZIK, MARY ANN 

648 Maple Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Newman Club 1; Guides Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; 
WRA 4. 



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ADMINISTRATION 

WILKINS, EUGENE G 

President of the College 

B.A., North Texas University 
M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University 

O'BRIEN, ALTON D. 

Dean of the College 

B.A., Columbia College 
M.A., Columbia University 
Ed.D., New York University 

SAMENFELD, HERBERT W. 
Dean of Students 

A.B., Drew University 

M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota 



CHAIRMEN 

ALLEN, ROBERT F. 

Professor of Psychology; Director of Graduate 
Studies 

B.Ed., State University of New York 
M.A., Ph.D., New York University 

BUSH, CLIFFORD L. 

Professor of Education; Chairman of Education 
Department 

B.Ed., Cortland State College 

M.Ed., Alfred University 

Ed.D., Syracuse University 

DAY, JAMES BRANT 

Assistant Professor; Chairman of Informational 
Services 

B.A., Fairleigh Dickinson University 

DOLKEY, MATTHEW 

Professor of English; Chairman of English 
Department 

B.A., Wayne University 

M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University 

ERRINGTON, JOSEPH 

Associate Professor; Chairman of Health and 
Physical Education Department 
B.P.H.E., University of Toronto 
M.Sc, P.E.D., Indiana University 

GENS, GEORGE W. 

Professor of Education; Director, Curriculum 
for the Handicapped 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Michigan 

HUTCHINSON, JOHN C. 

Professor of Sociology; Chairman of History and 
Social Science Department 
B.S., Rutgers University 
M.A., Ph.D., New York University 

LEPP, HERMAN I. 

Professor of Science; Chairman of Science 
Department 

B.S., Trenton State College 

M.A., Columbia University 

Ed.D., Rutgers University 

PL ATT, JACK E. 

Associate Professor; Chairman of Music De- 
partment 

B.S., M.A., Pennsylvania State University 

RANUCCI, EARNEST R. 

Professor of Mathematics; Chairman of Mathe- 
matics Department 

B.A., M.A., Montclair State College 
Ph.D., Columbia University 

SALT, EDNA D. 

Assistant Professor; Chairman of Early Child- 
hood Curriculum 

B.S., M.A., Ohio State University 



TATTON, DOUGLAS W. 

Professor of Fine and Industrial Ails, Chairman 
of Fine and Industrial Arts Department 
B.S., New Jersey State Teachers Colh 

at Newark 
M.A., Columbia University 
Ed.D., Rutgers University 






FACULTY 



ABELL, II LEN DEGRAY 
Associate Professor of Fine Arts 

B.S., M.A., Teachers College, 

University 



Columbia 



ALLEN, EDWARD W. 
Assistant Professor of English 

B.A., M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh 

ALTENA, JUUL v. R. 
Professor of Education 

B.S., M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University 

AMSDEN, WINIFRED H. 

Assistant Professor II of Health Education 
B.S., Boston University 
MA., Columbia University 

ANGERS, WILLIAM P 

Director of Counseling Services; Associate Pro- 
fessor of Psychology 

A.B., Providence College 
M.A., Catholic University 
Ph.D.,-Agregre en Philosophic, University 

of Montreal 
Ph.D., -Psychology, University of Ottawa, 

Canada 
Certificate of Psychotherapy, Alfred Adler 

Institute 

ANSON, ESTHER 

Associate Professor of Education 

B.A., Western Washington College of 

Education 
M.A., Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia 
University 

ARNOLD, FREDERIC G. 
Professor of Science 

B.A., M.A., Montclair State College 

Ed.D., Columbia University 

BARTLETT, MABY M. 
Professor of English 

A.B., Barat College 

A.M., Columbia University 

BENSON, KENNETH R. 

Professor of Science 

B.S., M.A., Ed.D., New York University 

BLOOMFIELD, ROBERT E. 
Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts 

B.S., State College of Fitchburg, Mass- 
achusetts 

M.S., University of Connecticut 

BLOUNT, DANIEL T. 
Assistant Professor I of Si 

M.S., Washington University 

B.S., Rolla School of Mines 

BOSKIN, MARVIN J. 

Associate Professor of Science 
B.S., Brooklyn College 
M.A., Indiana University 
Ph.D., Rutgers University 

BOYD, PATRICIA 

Assistant Professor II; Director of Residence 
B.A., University of Southern California 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 



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BUCHNER, MARTIN S. 

Assistant Professor of Fine and Industrial Arts 
B.S., Newark State College 

BURGER, WERNER CARL 
Assistant Professor of Fine Arts 

B.S., M.A., New York University 

BURTT, GEORGE T. 
Assistant Professor of Education 

B.S., Bucknell University 

Ed.M., Rutgers University 

CHARNEY, LEON 

Professor of Special Education 
B.S., New York University 
M.A., San Diego State College 
Ph.D., Syracuse University 

CHASNOFF, ROBERT E. 

Professor of Education 

B.A., University of Connecticut 
M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University 

COSTON, EVELYN ANDREWS 
Assistant Professor of Music 

B.S., Julliard School of Music 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

CURRIER, GEORGE S. 

Assistant Professor of English 

B.S., University of Pittsburgh 
M.L., New School Social Research 

DANIELS, WESLEY P. 
Assistant Professor; Registrar 

B.S., M.Ed., Rutgers University 

DARCY, CORNELIUS P. 

Assistant Professor II of History 
B.A., Boudoin College 
M.A., Harvard University 

DARTE, FRANCK G. 

Associate Professor of Education 
B.A., Yale University 
M.S., University of Pennsylvania 

DAVIDSON, LAWRENCE 

Artist in Residence; Professor of Music 

Artist, Metropolitan Opera Association 
Cantor, Congregation Shaaray Tefila, New 
York City 

DAVIES, CLARE 

Assistant Professor II; Financial Aid Coitnselor 
B.A., George Washington University 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

DAVISON, BETSY J. 

Assistant Professor; Coordinator of Student Ac- 
tivities 

B.A., University of Chicago 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

DICKEY, JOHN W. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 

B.S., Gettysburg College 

M.A., Columbia University 

DIDSBURY, HOWARD FRANCIS, JR. 

Associate Professor of History 
B.A., Yale University 
M.A., Harvard University 
Ph.D., The American University 

DORSEY, JAMES E. 

Associate Professor of Music 
A.B., Lincoln University 
M.A., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania 
Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia Uni- 
versity 



DOWNES, JAMES EDWARD 
Professor of History and Social Science 

A.B., Franklin and Marshall College 
A.M., New York University 

DUBIN, HARRY N. 

Associate Professor of Education 

B.S., M.S., Ed.D., Temple University 

DUNKEL, BEATRICE V. 

Assistant Professor II of Library Science; As- 
sistant Catalogue Librarian 

M.L.S., Columbia University 

ECKHART, KATHLEEN MARY 

Associate Professor of Education 

B.S., Ed.M., Rutgers University 

EISENHARDT, CATHERYN 

Associate Professor of Education 

B.A., Washington Square College, New 

York University 
M.S., Newark State College 
Ed.D., New York University 

FARAKLAS, THEODORE 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

A.B., Columbia College 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

FINK, RYCHARD 

Professor of Education 

B.S., M.A., Ph.D., New York University 

FOSKEY, HARRY WILLIAM 

Assistant Professor of Education 

B.S., State Teachers College, Salisbury, 

Maryland 
M.A., George Washington University 

FRY, ZELLA J. 

Associate Professor of English 

B.A., University of Alberta 
M.A., Columbia University 

GARB, REGINA H. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 

B.S., Newark State College 
M.A., New York University 
Ed.D., Columbia University 

GERRISH, JOHN O. 
Assistant Professor of Music 
M.Mus., Syracuse University 

GILSDORF, FREDERICK J. 
Assistant Professor II of English 

A.B., George Washington University 
M.A., University of Pittsburgh 

GOLDBERG, NATHAN 

Assistant Professor of History and Social Science 
A.B., M.A., Boston University 

GOODWIN, E. AUSTIN 

Assistant Professor of Fine Arts 

B.S., Ball State Teachers College 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

GUINNANE, JANE E. 

Professor of Education; Associate Chairman of 
Graduate Program 

B.S., University of Michigan 

M.S., Cornell University 

Ed.D., Florida State University 

HANCOCK, JOSEPH T. 
Associate Professor of Education 
Ed.D., Rutgers University 



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LATHEROW, ROBERT L. 

Assistant Professor of Music 

B.S., Western Illinois University 
MM., Butler University 

Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

I EONARD, JANET G. 

Assistant Professor of Field Services 
B S., Newark State College 
M.A., Seton Hall University 

LEVINREW, EVELYN FISHER 

Associate Professor of Psychology 

A.B.. Queens University, Canada 
A.M., Institute of Child Welfare of Uni- 
versity of Minnesota 

LINTHICUM, BETTY L. 

Associate Professor of Science 

B.S., Florida State University 

M.S., Ph.D., University of Michigan 

LIPSON, MINNIE 

Technical Services Librarian 

HANSEN, ALLEN J, 

Associate Professor of Education 
B.S., Wittenberg University 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 
Ed.D., University of Wyoming 

HARRIS, NORMAN EDWARD 

Assistant Professor II of Education 

A.B., B.S., Washington University 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

IIENNTNGS, GEORGE 

Associate Professor of Science 

B.A., M.A., Montclair State College 
Ed.D., Columbia University 

IIERRICK, RICHARD J. 

Assistant Professor of English 

B.A., M.A., Montclair State College 

HIGGINS, JOSEPH B. 

Assistant Professor of Social Science 

B.A., M.A., State College, Albany, New 
York 

HOWE, JAMES 

Associate Professor of Fine and Industrial Arts 
B.S., M.A., New York University 

JAHN, CLIFFORD W. 

Assistant Professor II of Industrial Arts 

RCA Institutes 

B.A., Newark State College 

JAMISON, DONNA 

As.sistant Professor II of Education 

B.A., Drew University 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

JOHNSON, LEROY 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 
B.S., Mississippi State 
M.A., Florida Southern College 
Ph.D., New York University 

JONES, DAVID W. 

Assistant Professor of Fine Arts 

B.A., M.F.A., State University of Iowa 

KAVETT, PHYLLIS F. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

B.A., Cornell University 

M.A., Columbia University 

KELLAND, MARILYN C. 

Assistant Professor II of History and Social 
Science 

B.S., University of Rhode Island 

M.A., Clark University 



KIRKPATRICK, MARGARET 
Associate Professor of Fine Arts 

B.A., Nebraska Wesleyan University 

M.A.. University oi Michigan 

Ed.D., New York University 

KORLEY, JOHN S. 
Business Manager 

B.A., MA, Montclair State G)llege 

KRUEGER, SIDNEY 
Associate Professor of English 

B.S., Newark State Teachers College 

M.A., Peabody College 

l.ARSFN, F. KEVIN 
Assistant Professor of English 

B.S., Seton Hall University 

M.A., Montclair State College 

LOELIGER, JACQ1 IS H. 

Assistant Director of Student Teaching and 
Placement; Assistant Professor II 
R S., University of Virginia 
M.Ed., Columbia University 

LONGACRE, CHARLES JAMES, JR. 
Director of Field Services and Summer Session; 
Assistant Professor 

B.A., Washington and Lee University 

M.A., New York University 

LORUSSO, ROCCO E. 

Professor of Education 

B.S., Newark State Teachers College 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 
Ed.D., University of Maryland 

LOURIE, SAMUEL 
Associate Professor of English 

B.A., M.S., City College of New York 

LUSCOMBE, IRVING F. 

Associate Professor of History 
R.A., Tufts College 
M.A., Harvard University 

MADISON, CAROLINE R. 

Assistant Professor of Science 
B.S., University of Georgia 
M.S., Ph.D., Ohio State University 

MARDER, FRED R. 

Assistant Professor of Student Personnel; Col- 
lege Center Chairman 

B.S., M.A., Pennsylvania State University 

MARKHOLM, GENEVIEVE E. 
Associate Professor of Fine Arts 

B.S., State Teachers College, St. 
Minnesota 

M.A., Columbia University 



Cloud, 



MARKLE, DOROTHY C. 

Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages ami 
Education 

B.A., M.A., Montclair State College 

McCRACKEN, CHARLES WILLIAM 

Professor of Education 
B.A., Duke University 
MA, University of Pennsylvania 
Ph.D., Ohio State College 

McNEICE, WILLIAM C. 

Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts 

B.S., Trenton State Teachers College 
M.Ed., Rutgers University 

MERCER, WILLIAM ARNOLD 
Assistant Director of Admissions; Assistant Pro- 
i II 
A.B., Upsala College 

Fd.M., Rutgers University 



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METZ, BETTY ANN 

Assistant Professor; Field Services Division 

B.A., WelJesley College 

M.F.A., Yale University 

M.P.A., New York University 

MEYERSON, A. LEE 
Assistant Professor II of Science 

A.B., University of Pennsyjvania 

M.S., Lehigh University 

MILO, OTTO H. 

Assistant Professor of Library Science; Cata- 
logue Librarian 

M.S., Library Science, Vatican Library 

School, Rome, Italy 
Ph.D., University of Rome, Italy 

MORGAN, MURIEL 

Associate Professor of Psychology 
B.S., Gorham Teachers College 
M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University 

NORWALK, ZITA 
Assistant Professor II of Education 
B.S., M.A., New York University 

O'MEARA, JOHN H. 

Associate Professor; Curriculum Materials Con- 
sultant, College Library 
B.A., Manhattan College 
M.A., Niagara University 
Ed.D., New York University 

OSBORNE, JOHN W. 

Assistant Professor II of History and Social 
Science 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Rutgers University 

OSTROVSKY, EVERETT S. 
Associate Professor of Education 
Ph.D., University of Paris 

PARSONS, MARION L. 

Associate Professor of Education; Field Services 
Division 

B.A., Wells College 

B.S., Pratt Institute 

M.A., New York University 

PAULSON, PATRICIA CALLAHAN 
Coordinator of Health Services; Assistant Pro- 
fessor II of Health Education 

B.S., State University of Brockport, New 

York 
M.S., Indiana University 

PERSINCER, STAPLES 

Associate Professor of Physical Education 

B.S., Sargent College, Boston University 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

PESCE, JOAN R. 

Assistant Professor 11 of Library Science; Read- 
er's Adviser 

B.A., Hunter College 
M.L.S., Rutgers University 

PRUSER, ETHA MARIE 
Assistant Professor of Geography 

B.A., Drake University 

M.A., Clark University 

M.A., Columbia University 

RAICHLE, DONALD R. 

Professor of History 

B.B.A., City College of New York 
M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University 

RAKSANYI, ERMA 

Assistant Professor of Health and Physical 
Education 

B.S., Jersey City State College 

M.A., New York University 



RAMOS, JOHN P. 

Assistant Professor of English; Director of Stu- 
dent Teaching 

B.A., Randolph-Macon College 
M.Ed., University of Virginia 

RATHS, LOUIS E. 

Distinguished Service Professor of Education 

A.B., Antioch College 

M.A., University of Chicago 

Ph.D., Ohio State University 

REICKER, RONALD 

Assistant Professor of English 
B.A., Bates College 
M.A., Middlebury College 
B.D., Yale University 

RENDELL, JOSEPH W. 

Professor of Library Science; College Librarian 
B.S., B.L.S., Trenton State College 
M.A., Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia 
University 

RESNICK, EDITH D. 

Assistant Professor of Health and Physical 
Education 

B.S., University of Michigan 

M.A., New York University 

RESS, LAWRENCE R. 

Assistant Professor II of Library Science 

A.B., Seton Hall University 

M.L.S., Rutgers University 

RICE, ARNOLD SANFORD 

Assistant Professor of History 

B.A., State University of New York 
M.A., Columbia University 
Ph.D., Indiana University 

RICHARDSON, EVAN C. 

Associate Professor of Science 

B.S., University of Massachusetts 
Ed.M., Boston University 
Ed.D., Rutgers University 

RICHARDSON, JEAN 

Assistant Professor of Education 

B.S., M.A., Ed.D., Teachers College, Co- 
lumbia University 

ROBENS, ANNELIESE M. 
Assistant Professor II of Education 

B.A., Douglass College 

M.Ed., Rutgers University 

ROGERS, LAURA E. 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Diploma, Newark Normal School 
B.S., M.A., New York University 

ROTH, ROBERT HOWARD 

Assistant Professor II of Education 
B.S., Juilliard School of Music 
M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University 

RYSTROM, LAUREE N. 

Assistant Professor II of Education; Student 
Teaching 

B.A., Newark State College 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

SANDERS, ELISABETH 

Assistant Professor of English 

B.A., M.A., University of Pittsburgh 

B.A., M.A., Cambridge University, England 

SCHUHMACHER, ROBERT W. 
Assistant Professor of Botany 

B.A., Montclair State College 

M.A., Columbia University 

SCHULLEY, ADELE D. 
Associate Professor of Education 

A.B., Hunter College 

M.A., Columbia University 



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SCIRE, HELEN GUSTINA 

Assistant Professor of Education 
A.B., Hunter College 
A.M., Ph.D., New York University 

SHEPARDSON, BARBARA 
Assistant Professor II of Education 

B.A., Stanford University 

M.A., Professional Diploma Teachers Col- 
lege, Columbia University 

SIEGEL. MARTIN 

Assistant Professor II of History and Social 
Sciences 

B.A., Rutgers University 

M.A., Columbia University 

SILANO, ALFRED A. 
Assistant Professor of Science 

B.S., M.Ed., Rutgers University 

SMITH, NETTIE D. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

B.S., Ohio State University 

M.A., New York University' 

SNYDER, VANCE B. 

Professor of Industrial Arts; Assistant Chairman 
of Eine and Industrial Arts 
B.S., Millersville State College 
M.Ed., University of Maryland 
Ed.D., New York University 

STERN, H. WILLARD 
Assistant Professor of Education 

A.B., St. John's College 

M.Ed., Temple University 

STIER, E. THEODORE 

Dhector of Admissions; Assistant Professor of 
Education 

B.S., Ed.M. Rutgers University 

STRUYK, DONALD A. 
Assistant Professor of Science 

B.A., M.A. Montclair State College 

STULB, CATHERINE M. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 
B.Ed., Plymouth Teachers College 
M.S., University of Tennessee 

TALLERICO, MARGARET P. 
Assistant Professor II of Library Science 

A.B., University of Miami 

M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers 

M.L.S., Rutgers University 

THOMASON, EDWIN 

Associate Professor of English 
B.A., Wofford College 
M.A, Ed.D., Columbia University 

TRIMMER, JR., HARVEY W. 

Assistant Professor of Education; Evaluator of 
Field Service Division 

B.A., M.A., M.Ed., Rutgers University 

VALLA, SAMUEL M. 
Associate Professor of Education 

B.S., University of Nebraska 

M.A., University of Detroit 

\ AN NEST, MELBOURNE P. 
Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts 

B.S., Trenton State College 

M.A , New York University 



VOGEL, BERTRAM 

Professor of Psychology 

All., M.A., Ph.D., New York University 

WAGNER, EVA BOND 

Professor of Psychology 

B.S., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 
M.S.. University of Alabama 
Ph.D., Columbia University 

WAGNER, JOHN G 
Associate Professor of Science 

B.S., Cooper Union Institut* 

M.A., American University 

WARD, DAVID K. 
Assistant Professor of Science 

B.S., Upsala College 
M.Ed., University of Maim 

WASSERMANN, SKI, MA 
Associate Professor of Education 

B.S., M.S., City College of New York 

Ed.D., New York University 

WATSON, GOODWIN 

Distinguished Service Professor of Education 
A.B., University of Wisconsin 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 
Ph.D., Columbia University 

WEISS, NATHAN 

Assistant Professor of History 

B.A., Montclair State College 

M.A., Rutgers University 

Ph.D., New York University 

WENDT, EVELYN WILLSON 
Assistant Professor of English 

B.A., Hunter College 

M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University 

WILBER, THOMAS B. 

Graduate Evaluator; Assistant Professor of Edu- 
cation 

B.A., Virginia Military Institute 
M.F.A., Princeton University 
M.A.T., Yale University 

WILHELM, MURIEL L. 

Assistant Registrar; Assistant Professor II 

B.S., Russell Sage College 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 

ZOLL, EDWARD J. 

Professor of Mathematics 

B.A., St. John's University 

M.A., Ed.D., New York University 

ZUCKER, JACK S. 

Assistant Professor II of English 

B.A., City College of New York 

M.A., New York University 

ZWEIDINGER, WILLARD E. 

Associate Professor of Physical Education 

B.S., Springfield College 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity 






REUNION 1968 



With an eye to the future, a plan is being 
formulated for a class reunion in five years. 
The tentative date is Saturday, June 2, 
1968. 

In order to keep abreast of changes in 
names and addresses, our Senior Class Sec- 
retary will send out forms each year which 
should be filled out and returned. This 
will avoid delays in receiving any class in- 
formation, and facilitate the plans for a suc- 
cessful reunion. 





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TED MARKKWICH 

Art and Layout Editor 



We sincerely thank our camera-shy 
editor for his able assistance in the plan- 
ning of this book. Every page he touched 
has bound him to us as an honorary 
member of the Class of 1963. 



The 1963 Memorabilia staff wishes to express its gratitude to the fol- 
lowing persons, without whose help this publication would not have been 
possible: 

Mr. Edward Bathmann and the Rae Publishing Company for their co- 
operation and assistance in the production of this yearbook. 

Mr. Richard Cross, of Richard's Studio, South Orange, New Jersey, for 
his fine photography and the hours of camera-toting around campus. 

Mrs. Irene Reifsnyder, for her cooperation and guidance as our 

Advisor. 
Mr. W. Carl Burger, our Art Advisor. 
The Administration, for its cooperation and assistance. 

Mr. James Day and the Independent staff for use of their pictorial and 
literary files. 

Miss Lois De Chairo and Mr. Frank Alves for their ever-present assist- 
ance when help was needed. 

The custodians Arthur, John, and Pat for the favors they have done and 
the doors they have unlocked for us. 






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ur years at Newark State College have come to a close. The 
friendships we have made, the sororities and fraternities to which 
we gave our allegiance, the clubs and committees to which we be- 
longed, and the activities in which we participated are too rapidly 
becoming part of our past. Now, we pause for perhaps the last 
time to formally recollect that past. We cherish the people, events, 
and influences which have comprised the memorabilia of our lives 
thus far, now more precious to us with the consummation of our 
college career. ' 

Our years in school and college have helped us realize not 
all, but many of the answers to the riddle of life. It remains for us, 
armed with what we have gleaned, to confront whatever the future 
may hold. These four years at Newark State have prepared us to 
find and to face our individual course in life. The world and its 
challenge waits for us. This is not the end; it is the beginning. 



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